KARACHI — The country's auto sector showed a mixed performance in the July 1999-June 2000 fiscal year, marked by a fall in production of cars, trucks and light commercial vehicles, and a rise in output of buses and tractors, industry sources say. Assemblers attribute the somewhat dismal performance to government's lower demand, uncertain market conditions and rising prices of vehicles. The Pakistan Automotive Manufacturers Assn. (PAMA), says car production in the 0.8L to 1.6L segment ...

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