Mexico’s vehicle production is continuing to grow despite a decline in the U.S. and Canada, and a U.S. analyst says the country has a good chance of achieving its aim of moving up from the world’s No.10 vehicle producer to No.5 by 2010. Texas-based Industrial Info Resources Inc. says Mexico plans to use its highly skilled labor force and location next to one of the world’s largest vehicle markets to increase its standing. Industrial Info identifies 20 auto industry “projects” in Mexico ...

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