GM South America sales expected to increase 10% PORTO ALEGRE — General Motors Corp. expects its car sales to grow 10% this year in South America. The jump will be fueled by Brazil, where sales are expected to increase by 10% to 11%. GM sales in South America were up 14% to 125,948 units during the first quarter of this year. Additionally, GM reported a US$6 million profit in South America during the first quarter up from the US$1 million recorded last year. Besides Brazil, Venezuela is ...

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