Unsurprisingly, against such a depressed economic backdrop, the automotive industry in Brazil has been hit hard in recent times, with vehicle sales falling 27% last year and car production slumping by a similar percentage to its lowest level for nearly a decade.
But despite the bleak landscape, there is still hope. Vehicle movements among South American countries have been picking up this year after Brazil struck new agreements with the likes of Argentina and Mexico; while OEMs such as Jaguar Land Rover and Mercedes-Benz have been pushing ahead with their expansion plans and begun production at new plants in the area.
This year’s one-day meeting will once again be held in São Paulo, Brazil on 6th December.
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