SAO PAULO – Ford Brazil Ltda. truck sales jumped 20.8% in the first six months compared with year-ago, totaling 11,013 units. The auto maker produces and sells in the light, medium and heavy-truck segments, but not in the extra-heavy commercial truck segment, which is dominated by Volvo Trucks and Scania AB. Ford truck sales to Argentina and Chile increased significantly, helping push the auto maker's exports up 32% in the period to 2,635 trucks. The company also exports to Venezuela, ...

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