Sales, production still slumping in Brazil SAO PAULO — Brazil's vehicle sales fell 19.7% to 92,960 units during June and 19% to 523,257 during the first half of the year, says Anfavea, Brazil's automakers association. Production also dropped 26% to 117,724 units during June and 28% to 637,444 during the first half. Jose Carlo Pinheiro Neto, president of Anfavea, says he could find no explanation for the continued slump. Things were expected to get better after the government reduced taxes ...

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