SAO PAULO – Brazil may increase exports from $4 billion in 2002 to $4.8 billion this year and $8 billion in 2005, the National Association of Vehicle Manufacturers (Anfavea) reports. The main destinations are Latin America and Europe. New agreements with the European Union, South Africa and Andes Pact nations are expected to pave the way for the surge in exports. Elizabeth de Caravalhaes, assistant director of government affairs for Volkswagen do Brasila Ltda., says the Brazilian ...
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