SAO PAULO – Despite a drop in exports, Brazil's vehicle production broke two records in June. Production rose to a record 1.2 million vehicles for the year's first six months, a 15.7% increase over like-2004, the National Assn. of Vehicle Manufacturers (Anfavea) says. June vehicle production, meanwhile, totaled 215,700, another record, up from 190,000 units in like-2004. Exports fell 2.1% from May, but revenues from exports for the year's first half jumped 36.6% to $5 billion. Anfavea ...

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