SAO PAULO — Automotive recovery is gaining speed in South America, where sales in the first two months increased in both Argentina and Brazil over same-period 1999. February new vehicle sales in Brazil jumped 28% compared to January and 177% over February of the previous year. Sales of locally built cars numbered 100,400 units during February compared to 78,704 sold in January and the 36,300 sold in February 1999, says Anfavea, Brazil's automakers association. Sales for the first two ...
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