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FILE PHOTO: Trucks wait in a queue for border customs control, to cross into the U.S., at the Zaragoza-Ysleta border crossing bridge in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico December 12, 2019. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez. MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican truck and bus output fell sharply at the end of last year due in large part to doubts over the future of a new diesel rule that would require that only vehicles using cleaner-burning fuel are made and sold, according to a local trade group. The assembly of trucks and buses fell nearly 38% in December, data from trade association Anpact showed, in line with falling production of heavy vehicles since August. Despite the decline in December, 2019 was a record ... Full story

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