SAO PAULO – Brazilian vehicle manufacturers are projecting the export of 300,000 engines in 2006. Vera Meinhard, Renault SA sales director here, says the French auto maker, alone, plans to export 190,000 passenger-car engines next year, or 25.7% more than this year’s 150,000. The units mostly will be shipped to France, Colombia and Turkey, plus alliance partner Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.’s operations in Mexico and Slovenia. Bart Laton, DaimlerChrysler AG production director, estimates ...
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