SAO PAULO — Brazil truck sales in the first four months surpassed market expectations of a 10% growth. Sales totaled 18,800 units, including domestically produced and imported trucks, up 20% from like-period last year. The sector expects to sell 58,000 units of domestic and imported trucks. Manufacturers, however, are cautious about increasing production, even though they have not reached maximum capacity. Ricardo Alouche, commercial operations manager at Volkswagen AG's truck division, ...

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