Detroit News Auto Writer Bryce Hoffman and photographer John T. Greilick visited Brazil and Argentina to research this series on the South American auto boom and how it's affecting lives in both hemispheres.
March 16, 2014 at 1:00 am
South of the equator, Ford and GM prosper
- Ford's South American center: Take a tour of the advanced manufacturing plant in rural Camaçari, Brazil
- The South American market: An interactive map looks at auto manufacturing south of the equator
Ford's most advanced assembly plant operates in rural Brazil
Ford's Mark Fields: Lessons from South America being applied in North America
Dom DiMarco: Key components of Ford's South America turnaround plan
U.S. carmakers learn to navigate the varied markets of South America
In Brazil, auto jobs are a ticket to a middle class life
Enrique Alemany, President, Ford Argentina and Chile: Turnaround was fueled by teamwork
- Ford's Hau Thai-Tang discusses design challenges in South America
- GM's Ray G. Young on how the automaker became profitable in South America
Brazil has created the world's first ethanol economy
South America: A photographer's journal
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