SAO PAULO - Brazil's auto industry recorded the highest automotive production in its history in March, while exports broke records as well. Exports totaled $936.4 million, despite fears that a 25% increase in the Brazilian currency over the dollar in the last two years would affect sales abroad. Production in March reached 218,600 units, while output for the year's first three months totaled 565,385, a rise of 12.5% over year-ago, topping all prior records since Brazil began ...

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