SAO PAULO, Nov 6 (Reuters) - Brazil's motor vehicle production in October slipped and sales slowed to their weakest pace in eight months as rising inventories pointed to a year-end slowdown at local factories. Automobile output in Brazil fell 2.5 percent and sales rose 6.6 percent from September, which had two fewer working days, the national automakers' group Anfavea said on Wednesday. The pace of new registrations dropped to about 14,400 sales per day, the weakest ...
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