SAO PAULO — The government of Brazil, South America's largest economy, this month suspended a fresh auto trade pact, saying Argentina violated the agreement by increasing the percentage of local content on vehicles built in the Mercosur region. The move comes in a year that industry insiders had been predicting to be Brazil's best, following several years of decreased production. An increase in orders at local automotive manufacturers indicated the country was on tract to produce 1.7 ...
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