The Brazilian auto industry is appealing to the government to promote its manufacturing and trade capabilities. Union representatives and leaders of the Sindipecas Assn. of Car Part Manufacturers met with President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who used to be a machine worker at Volkswagen do Brasil Ltda. 30 years ago. Brazil’s auto industry, whose auto makers and components suppliers generate 350,000 direct jobs, wants the government to promote international export agreements as well as to ...
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