* Sales jump again on gov't tax breaks to help key sector * Gov't has said it may not extend IPI tax breaks past August SAO PAULO, Aug 1 (Reuters) - Brazilian auto sales set a second straight monthly record in July, an industry group said on Wednesday, as tax breaks and lending incentives helped the car industry turn the corner on a weak first half. Sales of cars and light trucks climbed 22 percent from a year ago to some 351,000 vehicles, ...
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