BRAZIL: Car makers hope to double exports in next few years - report
After investing billions only to watch domestic sales tumble, car makers in Brazil are hoping to double exports to an annual $US8 billion over the next two to three years, Dow Jones Newswires reported. "We're expecting (exports) to hit $8 billion by 2005 or 2006," Ricardo Carvalho, the head of Brazil's biggest motor industry lobby, told Dow Jones Newswires on Monday.
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