Argentina production increases in September BUENOS AIRES — Argentina vehicle production hits a 10-month high in September, increasing 3.8% to 31,192 units. However, sales fell 2% from August levels to 36,835 units. Government incentives, which provide at least US$4,000 to consumers trading in a car 10 years old or older, have depleted stocks, so automakers are increasing production to meet the unforeseen demand. Still, output remains down from year-ago levels. Automakers built 34% more ...
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