Mazda Mexico plows forward with export plans
Mar 21, 2012 | 12:41 PM
| Stephen Downer
MEXICO CITY Mazda Motor Corp. is pressing ahead with plans to begin exporting cars from Mexico to the rest of Latin America in 2014, despite the Mexican governments recent agreement to limit light-vehicle shipments to Brazil over the next three years.
Leopoldo Orellana, president of subsidiary Mazda Motor de México, said the export plans are unaffected by last weeks agreement to restrict exports to Brazil to $1.45 billion this year, $1.56 billion next year and $1.64 billion in 2014 (AMM, March 20).....
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