Production of cars and trucks in Mexico declined 5.5% in July to 116,522 units from the 123,313 vehicles made during like-2003. The drop was the result of a 13.4% falloff in export production, which ended the month at 83,677 units, compared with year-ago’s 96,673. Meanwhile, output for the domestic market increased 23.3% to 32,845, from like-2003’s 26,640, according to Ward’s data. (See related data: Ward’s Mexico Production by Vehicle Line) Ram pickup production fell 15.4% in July. ...

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