Jan. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Brazil vehicle sales fell to 329,198 units in December, down 8.9 percent from a year earlier, the country’s dealership association, or Fenabrave, said.
Sales rose 7.9 percent from November, according to a statement distributed to reporters today in Sao Paulo.
Vehicle sales in all of 2011 rose 2.9 percent, Fenabrave said. The association initially expected a sales increase of 5.9 percent for the year.
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