DC: truck demand to fall 5% next year SAO PAULO — Brazil’s commercial truck production next year is expected to drop 5% as demand falls, says Roberto Bogus, director of sales and marketing for DaimlerChrysler AG in Brazil. Truck sales, he says, will decline from a projected 60,000 units to 58,000 in 2002. o Celta car a hit SAO PAULO — The Celta subcompact car produced by General Motors Corp. in Gravatai, Rio Grande do Sul, has become the automaker’s biggest seller here, representing, ...

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