SAO PAULO — Argentina and Brazil continue to use incentives as a way to boost their lagging car markets. Argentina is including foreign-made cars in its plan, while Brazil extends the expiration date on its tax scheme. Argentina originally granted discounts of US$4,800 to US$21,800 on Argentine-made vehicles when the buyer traded in a vehicle 10 years or older. But after an outcry by Brazilian automakers, Argentina now is extending the program to vehicles made in Brazil, Paraguay and ...

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