VW forecasts 11% growth in Brazil sales SAO PAULO — Volkswagen AG forecasts about 11% growth in Brazilian sales this year. The automaker expects vehicle sales to return to 1998 levels when buyers purchased 1.19 million locally made vehicles. It also expects capacity to rise 10 points to 60%. VW and other automakers still are recovering from a collapse in the Brazilian economy last year that slashed demand and increased already bloated manufacturing overcapacity after a boom in the ...

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