Brazil's automobile sales in July reached 165,800 units, up 19.5% over like-2005, as falling interest rates made it easier for consumers to buy cars, the National Association of Automotive Manufacturers (Anfavea) says. Sales of flex-fuel cars, which run on any mix of gasoline or ethanol, set a monthly record of 121,001 units, up from 70,704 vehicles year-ago. However, as a share of total light-vehicle sales, flex-fuel deliveries slipped to 76.6% from 77.1% in June. Year-to-date, ...
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