SAO PAULO – Brazil’s October car sales rose 6.1% compared to September and 10.1% over year-ago. Total year-to-date sales were 130,800 units, according to the Brazilian Car Dealers Assn., Fenabrave. When compared with last year, however, sales declined 8.5%. The October year-over-year increase reflects the impact on the market last year from the Sept.11 terror attacks. Data from the Brazilian Automotive Manufacturers Assn. shows 140,400 new vehicles were licensed in October, up 8.3% ...
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