Just when the Asia/Pacific region thought it was safe to crawl out from under a mountain of red ink, the Brazilian blues strikes, creating a whole new set of financial uncertainties and leaving foreign automakers to worry whether it's déjà vu all over again. This is particularly true in Thailand, where vehicle sales jumped 17.9% in December, the biggest gain since the Asian financial crisis first hit after the Thai government devalued the baht in July 1997. And in South Korea, where ...
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