SAO PAULO – The National Association of Automotive Manufacturers (Anfavea) is downsizing Brazil’s vehicle-production forecast of 2.6 million units annually to 2.5 million, due to a drop in exports. Although domestic sales have risen, Brazil is expected to export 70,000 fewer vehicles this year. Renato Holzheim, general director of Saint Gobain Sekurit, says glass orders were stable through the year’s first five months but began falling in early June. He says he is particularly worried ...

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