SAO PAULO – General Motors Corp. says it is reducing this year’s forecast for Brazil’s total vehicle sales from 1.65 million units to 1.55 million. The auto maker earlier had projected sales of 1.8 million units. Fiat Auto SpA, Ford Motor Co., DaimlerChrysler AG, along with the country’s national automotive manufacturers group (Anfavea), place sales at 1.65 million and production at 1.9 million units. This represents a 5% sales increase and 3% rise in production over 2001. GM Brazil’s ...

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