In Mexico, car parts are a big business.

That’s because cars are so durable, and because Mexico has been developing a nationalized economy, it’s been hard to import foreign parts and parts from abroad.

But cars are also an important part of the country’s economy, especially for people who work in factories.

The government also wants to improve the quality of the car and the quality and price of the cars it makes, and it wants to diversify its economy.

One of those strategies is to put a national car decal system in place, which would have a similar effect to a national auto parts program.

That would be a huge deal.

It would also be an important step forward in Mexico’s car market, because the car industry in Mexico is a major contributor to the economy.

The car parts that Mexicans use are all imported.

Most of the parts that Mexico uses for cars are made by other countries.

The car industry is one of the biggest in the world, with about 2.2 million people employed in the industry.

There are roughly 2.3 million vehicles in Mexico.

Mexico has an aging population, and the country is in the middle of an economic recession.

Mexico’s economy is already on the decline.

But there are also fears that a prolonged recession would have devastating consequences on the country, and that Mexico is headed for a much worse fiscal situation than it has been in the past.

That could have an effect on the car market.

It’s not a good idea to be importing car parts and decals that are used in cars.

That is illegal in Mexico, and those parts and their prices are usually illegal in the United States.

But many car parts in Mexico are imported from the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, and other countries that have their own national car parts programs.

These car parts would be more expensive and less safe, but they would also not be imported from places where car safety is not guaranteed.

The U.S. does not have its own car parts program, but the U.K., Canada, Australia and others have their car parts.

The Mexican car decaling system would have the same effect.

If Mexico had a car parts initiative, it could be a great thing for the Mexican economy.

However, Mexico does have some advantages.

The state has a strong economy, which means that the car-parts market is not as competitive as it used to be.

Also, Mexico has a large foreign market.

Mexico has an estimated $1 trillion in foreign direct investment, according to the OECD.

In addition, Mexico is not a member of the WTO, which limits its ability to restrict imports.

Mexico also has a lot of free trade agreements with other countries, including with the European Union and the United Arab Emirates.

Mexico could have a major impact on the economy if it were to put its car decalling program into place.

Mexico could start by reducing imports of parts made by countries like the U!k., Australia, and Canada, which are also the countries that make parts for Mexican cars.

It could also take some steps to diversifying its economy, like setting up the car decall program with other national car programs.

It might be a good time for Mexico to consider implementing a national vehicle decal program.