June light-vehicle output in Mexico jumped 14.9% from year-ago to 245,977 units, due largely to a 22.0% spike in domestic-market production. Output for export climbed 13.2% for the month as Detroit Three production swelled 7.3%, with Chrysler Mexico and Ford Mexico posting gains of 41.7% and 8.7%, respectively. General Motors Mexico output slumped 9.8%. Related document: Ward’s Mexico Production by Vehicle Line Most Japanese auto makers saw build rates fall in the ...

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