SAO PAULO – Analysts at the National Association of Automotive Manufacturers (Anfavea) say it’s unlikely Brazil’s 2004 vehicle exports will top this year’s anticipated record, but most auto makers say otherwise. Fiat exports Palio Siena to Mexico. Through October, 447,994 vehicles were exported from Brazil, a 36.4% increase over year-ago, with record-setting revenues totaling $3.75 billion for the 10-month period. Mexico is the main buyer of Brazilian vehicles. But Anfavea ...

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