SAO PAULO – Brazil’s domestic market is heating up in the competitive compact-car segment, with most of the major auto makers churning out new models to gain or maintain market share. This is made more important by the slowdown of compact-car exports the industry is facing due to an unfavorable exchange rate, logistics costs and obsolete models for more demanding international consumers. The new launches come from a number of auto makers. France’s Citroen, for ...

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