Navistar plans to build truck plant in Mexico

Kisiel, Ralph
October 1996
Automotive News;10/21/1996, Vol. 71 Issue 5683, p17
Trade Publication
Reports that Navistar International has plans of building a truck assemble plant in Mexico. Amount of money they will spend; Significance of the plant; Background on Navistar; Truck plant expected to increase demands for trucks in Mexico; Types of trucks to be built; Announcement from Freightliner Corporation, a Navistar's competitor.


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