November light-vehicle output in Mexico rose 18.8% from year-ago to 215,988 units, due to a 20.0% increase in export production. Domestic output notched a more modest 14.4% gain to 45,946 units. U.S. Big Three production grew 7.9% to 104,637 units, as Ford Motor Co. S.A. de C.V. increased output 51.0%. General Motors de Mexico S.A. de C.V. boosted production slightly, while Chrysler de Mexico LLC builds slipped 23.7% to 19,544. Japanese auto makers saw output increase across the ...

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