SAO PAULO – General Motors do Brasil Ltda. has opened its three plants to sell vehicles on weekends this month in an effort to maintain its sales lead until year’s end. Most Brazilian buyers prefer to close deals on weekends. GM is leading domestic sales for the first time in decades, with 288,810 units sold through October. GM Brazil offering $450 discount on Celta to keep sales moving. Volkswagen do Brasil Ltda. is in second place, with 284,092 units, including trucks and buses, ...

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