SAO PAULO – Thanks to rising consumer demand, 10 auto makers here already produce flex-fuel cars and light pickup trucks, and two more are about to start turning out cars that can run on either ethanol or gasoline or a blend of both. The National Association of Vehicle Manufacturers says 90% of new light-passenger vehicles in the country now have flex-fuel engines. Currently, more than 60 FFV models are offered in the domestic market by a variety of brands, including Chevrolet, Ford, ...

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