SAO PAULO – Negotiations with the state of Rio Grande do Sul, run by a pro-business governor, regarding tax concessions to build a new Celta variant for kit export are not going as well as General Motors do Brasil Ltda. would like. GM Brazil is asking the state to build new road access to the Celta plant to avoid congestion in the center of Gravatai, a town of about 90,000 inhabitants in metro Porto Alegre. GM Celta The tax concessions will be a big determining factor in ...

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