Car and truck production in Mexico rose to 171,981 units in April, up 18.1% from the 145,626 vehicles made year-ago. That’s quite a turnaround from March results, which were down 13.9% from prior-year results. Year-to-date, production is running 0.7% behind like-2001 (612,906 vs. 616,953). (view related data: April Mexico Production) Domestic output was up 44.3% in April (49,029 vs. 33,988) and production for foreign markets increased to 122,952 units, up 10.1% from the 111,638 vehicles ...

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