DEARBORN, MI – The already battered South American market can expect yet another round of blows in 2003, automotive analysts speaking at a conference here predict. Argentina and Venezuela could be pummeled as their economic downturns continue, while Brazil – the region’s strongest car market – is seen benefiting from trade pacts with Mexico, Dubai and the European Union for vehicle exports, says DRI-WEFA. South America, considered one of the world’s leading growth markets, ...
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