SAO PAULO – Brazil’s auto makers produced 283,900 vehicles in June, an 8.2% drop from year-ago but 8.4% ahead of May, the National Association of Vehicle Manufacturers (Anfavea) reports. In the year’s first-half, the industry built 1.46 million vehicles, down 13.6% from prior-year. Anfavea predicts full-year sales in Brazil will rise 6.4% from 2008. Fiat Automoveis SA continued to lead the market in June sales, with 70,645 cars and light-pickup trucks, for a 16.5% gain on May. ...

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