SAO PAULO – Brazil’s passenger car sales fell 12.4% in May to 82,212 units from year-ago’s 83,805, says the National Federation of Vehicle Dealers. May sales also dipped 3.4% below April’s 85,056 units. In the year’s first five months, sales totaled 437,067 units, a 3.9% decrease from the year-ago period. May’s light truck and van sales of 17,837 were down, as well, 18.7% compared with May 2002, when 21,932 units were sold. However, compared with April, sales of light trucks and vans ...

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