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General Motors may be winding down some of its plants in the United States and Canada, but its Mexican operations are thriving.

 

So much so, that GM is on track to end 2018 as the largest producer and exporter of automobiles in Mexico, according to a report from GM Authority. It will be for the first time in recent history that the U.S. automaker has risen to that position.

A lot of that success comes from GM’s reorganization of its Mexican plants to produce crossovers, SUVs, and pickup trucks. Since those vehicles happen to be the most popular right now, as opposed to slower-selling sedans, growth has come naturally.



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Making Mexico Great Again? GM Becomes Country's Number One Exporter

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