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Brazil expected to fall even deeper in 2015


The Brazilian auto market, the largest in South America, has gone in reverse recently and the situation is expected to last, according to the country’s industry trade group, Anfavea. Many global automakers have now come to depend on the market’s rise for revenue, but the strong headwinds encountered recently are blowing even faster. That’s because the Brazilian auto market is facing ...
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