SAO PAULO – General Motors Corp., which plans to sell Brazilian-built Fiat cars in Mexico because the Italian subsidiary has no dealership network there, now says the cars will be sold through Pontiac dealers. Fiat Automoveis SA hopes to sell 4,500 vehicles in Mexico by year’s end. The first lot of 503 Fiat Siena and Palio models recently was shipped from Fiat’s Betim, Minas Gerais, plant. According to a bilateral treaty between the countries, Fiat Brazil can sell 7,500 ...

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