General Motors on Monday said it expected to see a rise in the sale of its vehicles in Brazil and increased export revenues from the country in 2004, Reuters reported. Jose Carlos Pinheiro Neto, the vice president of GM's Brazilian unit, told the news agency he expected the company to sell 360,000 vehicles in Brazil in 2004 - the company forecasts sales of 300,000 vehicles this year, below the 325,000 sold in 2002.