SAO PAULO – Fiat SpA's Iveco unit plans to produce the Stralis heavy-duty truck and its engine in Brazil by the end of the year. The truck maker says its 40-ton (36-t) Stralis HD380, currently built in Argentina, will be produced at its Sete Lagoas, Minas Gerais, factory beginning in August. Iveco also plans to invest $8 million to produce the truck's Cursor 13 engine in Brazil. Currently it is built in France and shipped to Argentina. "We plan to begin production of Stralis in two ...

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