Mexico’s light-vehicle production fell 4.1% in December to 126,537 units, as output for export slipped 4.2% and domestic-market builds declined 3.8%. The negative performance was not enough to derail Mexico for the full year, which saw industry production gain 4.0% to 2,178,397. U.S. Big Three output climbed 18.5% in December to 70,292 units, largely due to Ford Motor Co. S.A. de C.V.’s 92.6% hike to 18,589 units. Related document: <em>Ward’s</em> Mexico Production by ...

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