SAO PAULO — The Brazilian economy finally is generating a light at end of the tunnel, following last year's economic crisis, and the auto industry is leading the recovery. Automakers now are producing at the same level as in 1996. The National Assn. of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers, Anfavea, says 150,150 vehicles were built last month. Projections for average monthly production for the next two months is 156,000 units, which could total 1.7 million for the entire year. The sector in ...

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