* Expectations of expiring tax break spurred car sales * Gov't extended incentive on Wednesday for two more months * Focus turns to lagging output, plunging productivity SAO PAULO, Aug 30 (Reuters) - Car sales in Brazil surged in August to what may be their best month ever, a source with access to registration data said on Thursday, as customers rushed to take advantage of a tax break they expected to end this week. The government said on Wednesday that it would extend ...
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