SAO PAULO — Brazil's vehicle engine producing capacity will soar to 4 million units annually by the end of the year. Manufacturing plants currently under construction or expanding to accommodate the output will make Brazil one of the largest engine-manufacturing hubs in the world, with a volume sufficient to equip 6% of all cars and trucks on the planet. A large number of the engines will be exported. Some plants, such as Tritec, a joint venture between BMW AG and DaimlerChrysler AG in ...

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