Mexico factories produced 153,042 cars and trucks in July, a 34.4% increase from like-1999 (see data p.6). Export production again dominated output figures. Production for foreign markets was up 71.9% from year-ago. Output for domestic consumption also grew, rising 28.1% from like-1999. Nissan Mexicana S.A. de C.V. posted the largest output increase among the major manufacturers. The Japan-based automaker's production improved 107.9% (28,277 vs. 13,601). Also, output was up 39.7% at ...

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