SAO PAULO, Brazil, July 27 (Reuters) - Brazilian auto sales should hold steady or rise slightly in July from June, industry sources said on Tuesday, in a sign South America's largest auto market continues to recover from last year's dip. Through Monday, the 18th business day in July, sales of autos and light trucks totaled 99,700, slightly below June's volume, the sources said, citing figures from the National Automobile Register, which tracks new vehicle registrations. If that pace ...
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