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Suzuki Motor Corp., Japan’s second-largest minicar maker, will start selling vehicles in Brazil in October after abandoning the market in 2003.

Suzuki aims to sell 7,000 cars in the 12 months from October, the Shizuoka Prefecture-based automaker said in a statement Thursday. It plans to open 15 dealerships by the end of this year, it said.

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