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Brazil reaches 15 years of flex-fuel vehicles

11 May 2018 | Fernando Calmon

Brazil reaches 15 years of flex-fuel vehicles Fernando Calmon In March 2003 Brazil's auto industry began producing flexible-fuel cars powered by engines capable of running either on ethanol or pe... read more


BRAZIL: Auto investments offset sales and production gloom

24 August 2015 | Fernando Calmon

BRAZIL: Auto investments offset sales and production gloom Fernando Calmon Production and sales results have been gloomy in Brazil all year but recent confirmation of four new auto investments provid... read more


BRAZIL: Inovar-Auto programme discussed at auto industry forum

9 April 2013 | Fernando Calmon

BRAZIL: Inovar-Auto programme discussed at auto industry forum Fernando Calmon The federal government of Brazil has again postponed restoring the full rate of IPI tax on cars by 1 July. Having kept t... read more


BRAZIL: New automotive regime likely to push prices down

12 October 2012 | Fernando Calmon

BRAZIL: New automotive regime likely to push prices down Fernando Calmon Long awaited and successively postponed, details of the new Brazilian automotive regime for the five years from 1 January, 201... read more


BRAZIL: Tupy wins CGI engine contract from MAN

5 September 2006 | just-auto.com editorial team

BRAZIL: Tupy wins CGI engine contract from MAN just-auto.com editorial team Tupy’s Maua manufacturing plant in Sao Paulo, Brazil, has won a new contract to supply compact graphite iron (CGI) engine b... read more


BRAZIL: Tupy/Sintercast win second Ford CGI casting contract

22 May 2006 | just-auto.com editorial team

BRAZIL: Tupy/Sintercast win second Ford CGI casting contract just-auto.com editorial team Following a successful experience with the critically acclaimed 2.7 litre V6 CGI diesel engine, Ford has conf... read more