SAO PAULO – Brazil’s March sales totaled only 102,513 vehicles, the poorest showing for the month since 1993’s 90,380-unit tally. March sales were 13% below February – the Brazilian industry’s best February ever – and 17.2% less than the year-ago period. In comparison, February sales were the best in Brazilian history. First-quarter sales fell 1.1% from prior year, totaling 332,400 vehicles. Production was 10.5% greater than like-2002, however, reaching 444,400 units primarily due to ...

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