Mexican auto exports rise 16% in April as production ramps up

on May9

Audi began production in Mexico last September.

MEXICO CITY — Mexico’s auto exports rose 16 percent in April compared with the same month a year earlier, and output was up 3.2 percent, the Mexican Auto Industry Association (AMIA) said on Monday.

Mexico exported 228,810 vehicles and produced 278,173 vehicles in April, AMIA said.

Auto exports to the U.S., Mexico’s top trading partner, were up nearly 20 percent to reach 179,958 units.

Total auto exports during the first four months of the year were up nearly 15 percent compared with the same four-month period last year, reaching 978,972 units. 



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