* Auto output down 1.9 pct from 2011, first drop in a decade * Production falls 14 pct in Dec on expiring tax breaks * Temporary stimulus lifts 2012 sales to 6th straight record SAO PAULO, Jan 7 (Reuters) - Brazil's auto production plunged more than expected in December, contributing to the first annual decline in output in a decade, as carmakers braced for the end of temporary tax breaks. Automobile production in Brazil fell 14 ...
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