SAO PAULO – Last month was the best August for total vehicle sales in the history of Brazil’s automotive industry, thanks partly to 23 sales days, compared with 21 in July. As a result, deliveries for the year’s first eight months broke records in almost all vehicle segments. Sales of cars, vans and pickups through August rose 7.5%, compared with year-ago, to 2,233,757 units. Commercial trucks climbed 16.3% to 114,796 and buses jumped 19.1% to 22,224, Fenabrave, the vehicle ...
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