SAO PAULO – Volkswagen Caminhoes e Onibus announces it will launch an 8-ton and a 17-ton truck, both with electronic engines, in Brazil next year to beef up its truck line here. VW Brazil plans production increase of 17-ton trucks. Meanwhile, the Brazilian truck maker projects sales of 18,500 trucks for 2002, up 8% over the previous year. It also forecasts sales of 4,500 bus chassis, a rise of 10% over 2001. Gross revenues are projected at $500 million, a 22% increase over ...

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