Shipments of U.S. and Canada-built vehicles overseas are up 9.8% so far in 2000, data through July show. Exports of both cars and trucks are up, with cars outpacing like-1999 by 7.1% and trucks 12.5% ahead of year-ago. DaimlerChrysler AG’s Chrysler Group vehicles account for all but a fraction of the gain, with 106,680 units heading overseas so far in 2000, up from 69,657 in like-1999. Ford Motor Co. shipments are flat, and exports from General Motors Corp. and the Japanese transplants ...

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