SAO PAULO – Increased demand for vehicles in Brazil is causing a flurry of activity in engine manufacturing. Fiat Automoveis SA purchased the Tritec Motors Ltd. plant to keep up engine production, while General Motors do Brasil Ltda. plans to build a new unit in Santa Catarina and Volkswagen do Brasil Ltda is expanding its Sao Carlos, Sao Paulo, facility. Tritec is the former engine-building joint venture between DaimlerChrysler AG and BMW AG located in Campo Largo that produced small ...

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