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Cars on the Anhangabaú Valley area in downtown Sao Paulo. Brazil has the largest auto industry in the developing world, dominated mostly by multinationals. Today Brazilian cars are exported worldwide, and compete in such difficult markets as the United States and Europe.Carros na área do Vale Anhangabaú no centro de São Paulo. O Brasil tem a maior indústria automobilística mundial dos países em desenvolvimento, dominada a maior parte por multinacionais. Hoje os carros brasileiros são exportados a todo o mundo, e competem em mercados difíceis, como os dos Estados Unidos e Europa.


Latin American and Iberian Institute / University of New Mexico


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Brazil: Sao Paulo