* Auto sales fall 11.2 percent in July over previous month * Brazil auto market still strong despite global slump SAO PAULO, July 31 (Reuters) - Automobile sales in Brazil fell around 11 percent in July over the month before, a market source told Reuters on Friday, following record June sales that showed Brazil's market for vehicles remains strong. The South American nation is one of the few countries where automakers see possibilities for continued growth, in contrast to the United ...
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