SAO PAULO – Total domestic sales in Brazil for 2004 reached 1,578,800 units, up 10.5% over 2003. In December, alone, 176,600 vehicles were sold, one of the best Decembers in the country’s history. GM Celta made in Brazil. For the first time in its 80 years in the country, General Motors do Brasil Ltda. led the market, selling 364,200 vehicles, pushing out Fiat Automoveis SA. Fiat came in third with sales of 349,200 vehicles, which include cars, trucks and buses. Volkswagen ...
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