Brazil unions may strike SAO PAOLO — Some 260,000 workers in Brazil's auto industry are planning a strike to demand job protection. The country's two main unions will strike on Sept. 14 if the automakers fail to come up with a plan to guarantee jobs. Brazil's auto market has severely fallen in the last year due to the country's prolonged economic slump. Sales drop in Peru LIMA — Car sales in Peru fall 15% from 1,518 in June to 1,295 in July. The decrease is blamed on high interest ...

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