SAO PAULO – Brazil sold a record 1.5 million new vehicles in the year’s first half, up 9% from 1.37 million in like-2010, the Association of Brazilian Vehicle Dealerships (Fenabrave) reports. Based on vehicle licenses, deliveries of cars, pickup trucks and vans through June rose 7.3% from year-ago. Truck sales surged 54.7% from like-2009 to 70,800 units, while buses were up30.3% to 13,100. Fiat Automoveis SA maintained its No.1 position in the first six months with a 22.8% market share, ...

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