SAO PAULO – Ford Motor do Brasil Ltda. boosted total truck production 25% in the year’s first half to meet soaring demand, says Flavio Padovan, truck division director. Sales of the Ford Cargo 815, alone, rose 58% in the first half, compared with year-ago, and besting the competition. Padovan says semi-light-truck sales rose 49% and medium-truck sales increased 32% in the period, noting the Ford F-4000 to date has proven to be the best-selling commercial truck in the history of Brazil, ...

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