SAO PAULO – With sales and production on the rise and a number of high-profile investments being made, Argentina’s automotive industry is finally showing signs of life. Five years after the country’s greatest financial crisis, when annual vehicle sales plunged to 82,473 units in 2002, according to Ward’s data, South America’s third-largest market is expected to build a record 520,000 units this year. Related document: Ward’s Argentina Vehicle Sales, 1970-2006 That beats the previous ...
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