Mexico’s auto industry made a strong push in February to approach pre-2009 levels, as production totaled 172,233 vehicles, for a 66.4% surge compared with year-ago. But the sales picture was mixed. Production for export soared 72.5% to 137,249, while domestic output jumped 46.4% to 34,984. Production by U.S.-based auto makers more than doubled to 89,139 units, compared with like-2009. Output by General Motors de Mexico S.A. de C.V. rose 64.9% to 42,989, while Chrysler de Mexico LLC’s ...

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