SAO PAULO – Brazil’s domestic car sales based on license-plate registrations rose 5.8% in September, despite a 17-day bank strike. Car buyers wishing to finance their purchase had to negotiate directly at the dealership rather than at the bank. GM-Brazil controlled 24.5% of car market in September. Sales rose 9% over year-ago to 128,731. Licensed new car sales in the first nine months total 1.05 million units, a 12.3% increase compared with the prior year, says the National ...

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