SAO PAULO — Luiz Marinho, head of the metal workers' union, whose plan to reduce entry-level car prices and taxes recently was extended another three months, now wants to implement a plan to give special discounts to owners of cars 15-years old or more when purchasing a new car. Marinho hopes the newest plan will guarantee workers' jobs when the current tax program expires on Aug. 26. Marinho, the federal government and the auto industry again are key players in the negotiations. The ...
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