May vehicle production in Mexico fell 11.8% to 128,076 cars and trucks, down from year-ago’s 145,211 units. But the industry built 3.6% more vehicles than in April, when producers turned out 123,567 units. Nissan’s Tsuru was Mexico’s best-selling car in May. The decrease rests on the shoulders of the export markets, for which production was down 17.2% to 91,336 units, from 110,340 units year-prior. Output of vehicles intended for the domestic market enjoyed a 5.4% increase, to ...

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