SAO PAULO – Brazil’s auto makers are trying to help ease the economic crisis here battering their industry by stepping up the export of their vehicles to offset lowering sales in the country. Volkswagen AG, Brazil’s largest car exporter, already has a plan in place, having convinced headquarters in Germany five years ago of the need to build a car here to meet the specific demands of the European market. VW’s Brazilian factories currently are responsible for supplying the Latin American ...
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