SAO PAULO – Brazil’s second-largest steel group, Usiminas, has signed an agreement with Honda to supply 100% of the steel used in the Fit car launched in Brazil last month. Usiminas to supply steel for Honda Fit. in Brazil. Usiminas supplies 56% of the Brazilian auto industry’s 1.5 million-ton annual demand for steel. The Fit, produced in Sumare, Sao Paulo, is a monovolume (small minvans) vehicle launched in June 2001 in Japan, and is the second model that Honda produces in ...

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