RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Auto sales in Brazil fell to 123,579 units in July, down 8.41% from the same month of 2020 (134,927); products are scarce at dealerships due to the closure of several factories affected by the global semiconductor shortage.

According to data released on Tuesday by the National Federation of Automobile Dealers (Fenabrave), car sales in July, the lowest for the month since 2005, also fell from June by 7.30% to 133,306 units. sold the previous month.

The July result ended the. . .

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Richard Mann is of German origin and worked as a freelance journalist for many years. He travels all over Brazil and is primarily interested in business, art and culture and also enjoys writing articles on spiritual topics and unusual events.



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