SAO PAULO – Brazilian auto makers saw exports total $882.7 million, a record for February, says Rogelio Golfarb, president of Brazil’s National Association of Vehicle Manufacturers (Anfavea). Despite an unfavorable exchange rate, the dollar reached its lowest value in seven years, at $2.10 to the Brazilian real. Export sales have shown a marked decline since a 56.8% surge in 2004 and 45.8% growth in 2005. In the first two months of 2006, they grew 14.6%. Anfavea now is projecting a 2.7% ...
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