The economic recession continued to take its toll on Mexico vehicle production, as total June light-vehicle output plummeted 47.5% from year-ago to 106,517 units. Domestic builds were off 53.5% for the month to 20,821 units, while export production fell 45.8% to 85,696. Combined, Detroit Three output declined 69.2%, with Chrysler Group de Mexico LLC faring the worst, as production slumped 96.4% vs. year-ago due to the closure of most of the auto maker’s factories while it was in U.S. ...

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