SAO PAULO – Although neither auto maker has found Brazil to be a cash cow in recent years, both General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. are calling on their operations here for help with the bottom line. GM will rely on capacity and products of countries where manufacturing costs are lower to help drive a financial turnaround, and CEO Rick Wagoner has placed Brazil on that list, says General Motors do Brasil Ltda. President Ray G. Young. “Brazil is a center of technology of the company ...
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