Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has postponed plans to set up a new plant in Brazil, citing tax changes and a slowing demand. The uncertainty concerning Brazil’s industrial policy stems from a sharp rise in import tariffs and other changes to automotive sector regulations.
“There is no clarity in terms of policy …
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