SAO PAULO – Brazil’s vehicle production through October reached 1.82 million units, equal to 2004’s total production. Some 29% of all vehicles were exported. Although output fell 6% in the month vs. September, auto makers are confident production will total 2.1 million vehicles for the year, beating the previous record of 1.97 million vehicles in 1997. “October had 20 work days, one less than September,” explains Rogelio Golfarb, president of the National Association of Vehicle ...
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