* Daimler hires 950 for truck plant in Sao Paulo state * Daimler employs 13,000 at Sao Paulo truck plant * Comes amid surge in car sales in largest Latin economy SAO PAULO, June 30 (Reuters) - German automaker Daimler plans to hire 950 workers for a truck plant in Brazil, where sales of heavy vehicles are surging amid robust growth in infrastructure and logistics projects. The move will help increase by 7 percent Daimler's payroll at the Sao Bernardo do Campo, Brazil-based plant, ...
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