SAO PAULO – Volkswagen do Brasil Ltda.’s sales to the U.S., Brazil’s main trade partner along with Argentina, are falling at a dramatic pace. Passenger car exports to the U.S. in the first four months slid 57%. VW Brazil, the country’s largest exporter to the U.S., has reduced its Golf delivery program 50% due to falling orders from dealers. Sales to Canada dropped 32% to 3,088 units. From January through April, the auto maker exported 5,162 vehicles built in metro Curitiba, Parana, to ...

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