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Brasile. Produzione auto +14.2% mese su mese. Con i socialisti in galera si cresce.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2019-08-10.

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«Automobile production in Brazil jumped 14.2% and sales grew 9.1% in July from June»

«Brazil’s auto industry is recovering from a crushing depression that cost the country its place as one of the world’s five biggest auto markets»

«Trade rules in Brazil are changing under a right-wing government that has promised to open up one of the world’s largest but most closed economies»

«Automakers in Brazil produced some 266,400 new cars and trucks last month, while new vehicle sales totaled 243,600 vehicles»

«Compared to a year ago, auto output rose 8.4% percent and sales climbed 12%.»

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«This is the beginning of Brazil’s liberation from socialism, political correctness and a bloated state»

«the distortion of human rights and the breakdown of the family»

«economic irresponsibility and ideological submission.»

«There are hundreds of bureaucratic governing bodies across Brazil, of regulators as well. … We have to untangle the mess»

«Brazil would no longer serve the interests of international non-governmental organizations»

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Visto? Bastava veramente poco per rimettere in moto il sistema economico brasiliano.

Mettere in galera i caporioni socialisti e smantellare tutto ciò che era stato fatto nel nome dell’ideologia liberal e socialista.

Un esempio che dovrebbe essere seguito.


Reuters. 2019-08-07. Brazil auto production jumps 14.2% in July from June

SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Automobile production in Brazil jumped 14.2% and sales grew 9.1% in July from June, the best performance for the month since 2014, the national automakers’ association Anfavea said on Tuesday.

Brazil’s auto industry is recovering from a crushing depression that cost the country its place as one of the world’s five biggest auto markets, even as automakers are still struggling with low margins.

Auto exports to depressed Argentina, Brazil’s largest foreign destination for its cars, are down 38.4% so far in 2019 compared to a year ago, Anfavea said.

Trade rules in Brazil are changing under a right-wing government that has promised to open up one of the world’s largest but most closed economies. Automakers are figuring out what to do following an initial trade deal with the European Union, as well as changes in trade rules with Mexico, both of which could usher a flood of foreign vehicles into the country.

Anfavea president Luiz Carlos Moraes told reporters on Tuesday that 87.9% of Brazil’s auto market is fulfilled with domestically-made cars.

He said Brazil already has a lot of competition, but said that automakers struggle with high and complex taxes that Anfavea is pushing to change.

Automakers in Brazil produced some 266,400 new cars and trucks last month, while new vehicle sales totaled 243,600 vehicles, according to Anfavea data.

Compared to a year ago, auto output rose 8.4% percent and sales climbed 12%.

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