Mexico’s light-vehicle production in September fell 22.9% from year-ago to 151,394 units, as auto makers continued to slash output in the wake of the global recession. Export production dropped 18.9% to 120,527 units, while domestic output tumbled 35.2% to 30,867. Detroit Three production slid 21.0%, compared with year-ago, to 77,088 units, with General Motors de Mexico S.A. de C.V. posting an 18.8% decline to 38,237 and Chrysler de Mexico LLC’s down 41.7% to 14,778. Ford Motor Co. ...
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