New plants in Mexico and capacity expansions in the U.S. will give North American light-vehicle manufacturers the capability to build nearly 20 million light vehicles annually on straight-time alone by 2020, based on WardsAuto’s latest analysis. However, Mexico, with three new plants opening in the past 12 months and four greenfield sites coming in the next five years, will have the bigger increase in available production. Available production is defined as straight-time capacity based ...

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