SAO PAULO – Brazil’s vehicle output continues to beat expectations, but domestic sales still are not keeping pace. "We are on par with the gross domestic product, which also rose above expectation," Rogelio Golfarb, president of the National Association of Vehicle Manufacturers, says of the production outlook. Brazilian vehicle production may reach 2.2 million this year. Projections earlier this year were for production of 2 million vehicles, which was increased in midyear to 2.1 ...

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