DETROIT – The Brazilian automotive market, notorious for its bipolar ups and downs, is in the midst of another high – but this time there are signs the recovery may be sustainable, says General Motors Corp.’s top executive in the region. That’s good news for the auto maker, which is counting more heavily on non-North American operations for an increasing chunk of its revenues and is beginning to eye adding third shifts at its South American assembly plants to keep pace with skyrocketing ...

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