Exports from U.S. and Canada plants increased by 19.6% in the first quarter of this year, with a huge increase in shipments to Mexico offsetting declines to Europe and Asia. Shipments totaled 135,108 during January-March 2000, compared to 112,946 in like-1999. Exports of cars alone climbed 21.0% from first quarter 1999 to 68,834, while trucks — including medium- and heavy-duty makes — were up 18.2% to 66,274. Shipments to countries listed in the adjoining table as Other America, which ...
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