Mercedes to build C-Class in Brazil SAO PAULO — DaimlerChrysler AG's Mercedes Benz says it will build the new C-Class sedan at its new plant in Juiz de Fora. The automaker will invest US$40 million in the project and will hire an additional 300 workers. Production will start in January, with some 7,000 cars being built next year. The vehicles — the C240 and C320 — will be built with parts from Germany and will be sold in local markets. The plant opened last year to build the A-Class ...
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