The Asian invasion is happening again in North America, only this time the target is Mexico. Asian auto makers are gaining market share at a rapid pace in a country that has been a solid performer for both the U.S. Big Three and Europe's Volkswagen AG. Asian market share for 2005's first 11 months stood at 28.4%, according to Ward's data, approaching the 20-year high set in 1987 when the only Asian auto maker selling in Mexico at the time, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd., held 29.0%. Nissan ...

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