Sales of cars and light commercial vehicles in Brazil rose 19% year-on-year in June to 340,706 units, the country’s automotive dealers association Fenabrave said. Sales last month were up 24% compared with the 274,500 light vehicles sold in Brazil in May 2012, The Wall Street Journal reports, citing figures published by the …
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