SAO PAULO -- Brazilian auto makers are counting on exports to Mexico to make up for sluggish sales in the local market. Volkswagen AG, in particular, is looking to increase its exports to the country by 30%. Mexico currently is Volkswagen do Brasil's biggest export market, with 65,000 units sold last year. VW officials say increased Mexican sales would help compensate for the 30% drop in sales to Argentina, Brazil’s major trading partner, as a result of that country’s economic crisis. ...
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