Volvo, Ford may build cars together in Brazil SAO PAULO — Volvo may build its vehicles at parent-company Ford Motor Co.'s Brazilian plant. The plan would help cut import costs for Volvo. The automaker is studying the possibility and says there is a good chance it could become reality. Volvo, like many other automakers, has seen its sales plummet in Brazil after the local currency was devalued. The automaker now expects to sell about 700 units a year, down from the 3,000 it previously sold. ...
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