SAO PAULO – Ford Brasil Ltda. is trying to beat Brazil’s declining market by exporting more vehicles. Some 42% of vehicles produced at Ford’s Sao Bernardo do Campo plant and 30% produced in Camacari, Bahia, are shipped abroad. Market’s acceptance of EcoSport is helping keep Ford Brazil afloat. Richard Canny, president of Ford-South America, says exports are the only way to reduce the negative impact of poor sales in Brazil. The automotive industry in the last three months has ...

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