SAO PAULO — The Brazilian car market is entering a new phase with General Motor Corp.'s launch of its Blue Macaw small car in August. GM has yet to reveal the price of the new model, but it's expected to be priced at US$7,500-US$8,000 for the basic model, which will make it competitive with Fiat SpA's Uno Mille, currently the least expensive car in Brazil at US$7,700. GM reportedly is looking to achieve increased market share with its new subcompact. For the first four months of the year ...
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