BRAZIL: Production slips as imports rise but auto investment continues
Vehicle production in Brazil will this year be below domestic sales for the first time since 1995. This is the result of the country importing more units than it exported due largely to the strong Brazilian real. This year's output will be lower compared to 2008, but sales will be up year on year.
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