SAO PAULO – The agreement between General Motors Corp. and Fiat Auto SpA to end their alliance will have a significant effect on the Brazilian affiliates of the two companies. Cledorvino Belini, head of Fiat in Brazil, says that the end of the partnership is “an example of good sense prevailing.” Nevertheless, questions remain. During a visit to Brazil earlier in the month, GM President and CEO Rick Wagoner said he hoped to maintain the alliance in the areas of engine production and ...

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