MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexican automobile exports, excluding those made by Nissan, fell 5.5 percent in July year-on-year on weaker U.S. sales, while output for the month fell 3.7 percent, partially due to flooding at a Honda plant, auto industry association AMIA said on Monday.
Mexico exported 214,984 units in July, down from 227,444 the same month a year earlier, AMIA said, while producing 291,577 units, a fall from 302,716 in July a year before.
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AMIA’s export data did not include Japanese carmaker Nissan Motor Co Ltd , which has stopped providing export figures.
“The trend in the United States is a flattening in sales,” AMIA’s director Fausto Cuevas told reporters on Tuesday, without providing details.
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Flooding at a Honda Motor Co facility in Mexico weakened overall production data, Cuevas added, without specifying which plant was affected. Local media reported in early July that a river had spilled into Honda’s plant in the state...
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