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The Brazilian automotive sector is responsible for employing over 1.5 million workers both directly and indirectly but revenues dropped from US$ 130 billion to US$ 93 billion in 2015, including automotive parts. Thereof only about US$ 10 billion are exported which results in a negative trade balance. In recent years, revenues seem to have stagnated and declining while the industry remains highly concentrated with the top 4 players sharing around 66% of the market. To the end consumer, prices increased at a CAGR of 6% for compacts and 11% for vans and sedans.
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