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Audi to make decision on Brazil plant in 2013


Audi will decide next year whether to start making cars in Brazil again, following BMW's plans for a new plant in the country and rumours that Acura and Infiniti are on the way. According to Audi Brasil boss Leandro Radomile, the project is in its initial phase, with nothing defined yet. Audi's easiest option would be to adapt one of Volkswagen's ...
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BMW reconfirms plans to build a plant in Brazil
BMW plans to build a new assembly plant in Brazil, to capitalize on the growing market for luxury cars in Latin America's largest economy. BMW chief financial officer Friedrich Eichiner told ...
GM and PSA Peugeot Citroen mulling joint production of small cars in Brazil
PSA Peugeot Citroen and General Motors are planning to build small cars in Brazil in a joint effort, according to a French union representative. Bruno Lemerle, a member of the CGT ...
Brazil auto sales and production reach record levels in August
Brazil car manufacturing and sales have reached record levels in August, fueled by government tax breaks. Sales rose 15.3 percent, while vehicle output increased 10.6 percent in August from July, the ...
Brazil: Auto output down 7.6% on Year despite sales jump
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Brazil hopes to steer automotive growth with tax cuts
Brazil on Monday unveiled a series of tax and credit incentives aimed at boosting auto sales in its latest attempt to restore a lost economic boom. The global economic and financial ...
GM, Peugeot Citroen may build car factory in Brazil
General Motors Co. (GM) and PSA Peugeot Citroen are evaluating a joint investment totaling 1 billion euros ($1.28 billion) to build a factory in Brazil by the end of this ...
Fiat executive: Brazil car sales to rise 3 to 5 percent in 2012
Fiat Auto SpA's commercial director for Brazil said on Tuesday he expected the local car market to grow between 3 percent and 5 percen this year, if not more. The forecast ...
BMW announces new investment in Brazil plant
BMW will build a new factory in Brazil in order to meet global growing demand following record sales this year, the company's CEO announced. According to Norbert Reithofer, BMW is still ...
Brazil auto sales down 2 percent in November
Brazil auto sales recorded a 2 percent decrease in November compared with the same month last year but grew 16 percent over October. The main cause for the slowing market compared ...

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