SAO PAULO – Brazil’s auto makers are crediting booming domestic vehicle sales to the availability of long-term financing, lower interest rates and a rosier economy. The National Federation of Vehicle Distributors (Fenabrave) reports 671,327 vehicles – including cars, pickups, vans, trucks and buses – were registered in the year’s first four months, up 22.4% compared with year-ago. The result represents the second-best period in the industry’s history. Passenger-car sales in the period ...
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