SAO PAULO – DaimlerChrysler AG beat out Volkswagen Caminhoes e Onibus as No.1 in heavy-duty trucks sales in Brazil through November. Mercedes-Benz garnered a 30.5% share of the truck market, followed by VW with 28.8%. In the bus segment, Mercedes holds a 50% market share, compared with VW’s 25%. Ford Motor Co.’s truck division is third, followed by Scania AB and Volvo Trucks. Scania recorded a 49% sales increase and announced its first profit in Brazil in years, while Volvo registered ...

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