Buoyed by improving economies overseas, new car and truck shipments from U.S. and Canadian assembly plants climbed 4.8% through the first nine months of 1999 compared to like-1998. Between January and September, a total of 347,293 vehicles were exported, up from 331,321 units during the same period year-ago. Car exports were up a half point in September compared to September 1998 (18,353 vs. 18,261) and are up 24.3% for the first nine months of 1999. Truck exports in September were up ...
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