Brazil’s Fiat Automoveis SA is stepping up production at its Betim, Minas Gerais, plant from 2,200 to 2,500 cars per day, and may increase daily output to 3,000 units if the domestic market continues to strengthen, President Cledorvino Belini says. “We are already analyzing the need for this possible investment,” he says, noting 3,000 cars per day is the maximum the Betim facility can produce. To produce more than that, Fiat would need to utilitize its other facilities in Sete Lagoas, ...
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