Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra India (PressExposure) September 26, 2007 -- Bharat Book Bureau, a leading market information aggregator has put forth a report - Latin America automotive market review February 2007 - Management briefing.
This month's briefing reviews the Latin American automotive market. With 86% of cars and light commercial vehicles sold in Brazil in 2006 running on petrol or ethanol, it looks the domination of flex fuels in the Brazilian market.
The report introduces the Brazil-Argentina trade accord, a new two-year "flex agreement" allowing US$195 of duty-free car imports for every US$100 of exports.
It highlights how global vehicle makers are recognising the small car R&D skill base, and are starting to entrust development of small cars to Brazilian technical centres. This is backed up by car production and sales data, plus commentary on manufacturer strategies
For more information: [http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=29274]
We are the leading information aggregator, facilitates and supports the business information needs for market research , corporate / strategic planning by providing the latest information in the form of reports, journals, magazines and databases on varied industries like automotive, oil and gas, shipping, textiles, pharmaceuticals, energy, banking, finance, insurance, risk management, country intelligence, consumer & durable goods, chemical and more. With over 90,000 reports, you can get instant access and insights on the studies in your areas of interest. Contact us at +91 22 27578668 / 27579438 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or our website http://www.bharatbook.com