Mexico has suspended indefinitely its two-day old law requiring deposits of at least $800 on individually owned vehicles entering the country (see Ward's Automotive Reports — Nov. 29, '99 p. 2), following protests by Mexicans living in the U.S. and a drop in the number of visitors. • Renault SA this Thursday (Dec. 9) is set to announce its return to North America when it outlines plans to build cars at Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.'s plants in Mexico. • Toyota Motor Corp. says it will spend ...
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