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More US Cars Are Made in Mexico, Contrary to President Trumpís Plans

NEW YORK Ė United States auto manufacturers this year made more cars in Mexico, despite President Donald Trump putting pressure on them to create jobs north of the border, according to a report from Dow Jones.

A move to produce popular sport-utility vehicles at Mexican factories resulted in a 16-percent increase in overall production of light vehicles in Mexico during the first six months of the year, compared to the same period in 2016.

One in five cars built in the North American Free Trade Agreement zone comes from Mexico, according to data by WardsAuto.com, Dow Jones added.

Auto manufacturing will be a central point for new talks between the Trump administration and Canada and Mexico, scheduled for August.

 

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