Fiat downsizes Brazil’s prospects for the year SAO PAULO — Brazil’s major player Fiat Auto SpA is reducing its expectation of the market’s vehicle sales year from 1.6 million to 1.5 million units. It also is granting collective holidays for workers at its Betim Minas Gerais plant. The automaker estimates that its annual growth rate will slide from 15% to 6% this year. o Labor unions settle SAO PAULO — Some 42,000 Striking autoworkers here settle for a 2-year contract that calls for a ...

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