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US: Miami auto show riding on Latin identity


The Miami International Auto Show, held every November, is generally a localized and limited event, but the organizers are now mulling turning into a major event on the annual industry calendar. The area could capitalize on the arrival of wealthy South Americans who flee unstable economies such as Argentina, Brazil, and Venezuela and come to the US for a safer lifestyle. ...
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