SAO PAULO – Despite increases in the exchange rate between the real and the U.S. dollar, Mercedes-Benz commercial truck sales continue solid. Despite economic problems in the region, Mercedes' Brazilian truck unit has a strong export market The domestic currency has lost 67% of its value since January – 16% in October, alone. “This is the first time in 10 years that the domestic market has stabilized at the rate of 60,000 units per year,” says Ben van Schaik, president of ...

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