Brazilian vehicle production is up 15.1% in November





RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Vehicle production in Brazil registered an increase of 15.1% in November (206 thousand units), compared to October (179 thousand units). Compared to November 2020, there was a drop of 13.5%. The data are from the National Association of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers (Anfavea).

There were 173 thousand vehicles licensed last month, a decrease of 23.1% over November 2020. According to Anfavea, this was the worst performance for November in 16 years. Compared to October, there was an increase of 6.5% in licensing.

The entity highlighted the unprecedented supply crisis caused by the global . . .

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Richard Mann is a German native and has worked as a freelance journalist for many years. He travels all over Brazil and is mainly interested in business, art, and culture and also likes to write articles about spiritual topics and unusual events.


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