SAO PAULO – Brazilian auto makers expects to produce 2.1 million vehicles this year, the largest volume in the country’s history, but still short of expectation. Brazilian-built VW Gol is exported to global markets. Brazil´s production capacity currently stands at 3.2 million vehicles, but for the past six years the industry has been producing at 40% capacity. The biggest challenge facing manufacturers here is to create cars and trucks that are suited equally to domestic and ...

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