Production of cars and trucks in Mexico ended a slump in March, with output of 139,861 units. This marks a 3.6% upturn over like-2003 and is 15.3% ahead of February. Nissan Tsuru was Mexico’s top-seller in March. Vehicle production intended for the domestic market saw a year-on-year gain of 5.1%, to 35,343 units from 33,629, year-prior. Export output registered a 3.0% uptick to 104,518 units from like-2003’s 101,429 vehicles. (See related data: Ward’s Mexico Production by Vehicle ...
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