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Brazil’s Car Salon Celebrates Off-Road Machines

Over 500,000 Brazilian and foreign visitors should visit the 23rd Edition of the São Paulo International Car Salon, to take place between October 21 and 31 at the Anhembi Exhibition Pavilion. The main releases of the national and international auto industry will be presented.

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