Mexican car and truck production hit 115,190 units during 1999's first month, an increase of 3.5% from like-1998's 111,330 showing (see data p.6). While January's figures are improved over already healthy year-ago results, data also reveals a possible kink in the armor that's been protecting Mexico from effects of the Asian flu. Despite analysts' forecasts for sales to hit 630,000-670,00 units (see Ward's Automotive Reports — Feb. 1, '99, insert), production for the domestic market hit ...
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