Mexico's emergence as a stable economy with a world-class automotive production base continued in 2003, despite flat sales and numerous output cutbacks made by auto makers. In the past, economic troubles would have sent Mexico reeling into a financial crisis with massive unemployment. But new-vehicle sales nearly hit 1 million units, and auto makers announced many investments in Mexican plants to increase capacity. "To be honest, sales held up better than most people would have ...
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