SAO PAULO – Brazil’s April car sales fell 21.0% compared with year-ago results, from 109,065 units to 85,496. Compared with March sales, however, April saw a 5.6% increase. Sales in the first four months dropped 3.9%, from 369,864 vehicles last year to 355,295. Entry-level car sales slid 23.8%, while light trucks fell 24.4% April entry-level car sales slumped 23.8% compared with March, from 61,241 to 46,665, representing 76% of the market in March and 55% in April. ...

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