Production of cars and trucks in Mexico declined 0.6% in June to 145,400 units from the 146,270 vehicles made during like-2003. The slight decrease was due to an 8.5% dip in export production from year-ago’s 111,983 to 102,433. Output for the domestic market increased 25.3% to 42,967 from like-2003’s 34,287, according to Ward’s data. (See related data: Mexico Production By Vehicle Line) Sunfire production was up dramatically in June. Six months into 2004, Mexican vehicle production ...

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