Brazil car sales fall 9 percent in November as economy drags

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* Continued tax breaks fail to sustain October rebound * November sales 11 pct lower than November 2011 RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec 3 (Reuters) - Brazilian auto sales fell 9 percent in November as continued tax breaks failed to sustain an October rebound in Latin America's largest vehicle market. The country's association of car dealers, known as Fenabrave, said a total of 451,613 cars, light commercial vehicles, buses and trucks were registered during ...

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