SAO PAULO – Brazil auto exports fell 19.5% in the year’s first five months to $971.9 million. In May the four main auto makers – Volkswagen AG, General Motors Corp., Ford Motor Co. and Fiat Auto Spa, exported $255 million. Ford was the only manufacturer to increase exports in the first five months, to $168.5 million, up 11.4% over the year-ago period. Ford officials attributed the increase to shipment of Ka and Courier models to Mexico. In May Ford also began exporting its Fiesta, ...

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