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Mexico sets records for car production and exports in January


Mexico set auto production and export records in January, as its output of cars and light trucks rose 20 percent compared with January 2012 to 242,855 units. The Mexican Automobile Industry Association (AMIA) said on Thursday that exports rose 14 percent to a record 178,562 vehicles, with increased shipments to most key markets except Brazil and Argentina, which set up import ...
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