Mexico’s light-vehicle production plummeted 42.3% in April from year-ago to 112,110 units, as domestic output fell 40.6% and export builds were off 42.7%. U.S. Big Three production was hit particularly hard, as each auto maker suffered a double-digit decline. Chrysler de Mexico LLC fared the worst, with output plunging 62.8% to 11,850 units as the company cut nearly all production as it entered bankruptcy proceedings in the U.S. General Motors de Mexico S.A. de C.V. and Ford Motor Co. ...
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