Covid-19 impact: Mexico, Brazil see 99% plunge in auto production in April

In normal times, the combined number of cars produced by Mexico and Brazil every month is half a million


Cars are seen at a parking lot of Volkswagen's car park | Photo: Reuters

Sao Paulo | Mexico City
Auto production in Mexico and Brazil, Latin America's top producers, plunged by an unprecedented 99 per cent in April as a result of the coronavirus crisis, with the

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First Published: May 9 2020 | 12:37 PM IST

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