Car dealers inspected to meet Brazilian Leather Law

Published:  10 May, 2016

Over 200 car dealers around the country have been inspected by the Brazilian Lei do Couro (Leather Law) so far. If Toyota and Honda have stopped using terms such as “synthetic leather” in their car interiors in Brazil, surprisingly, it is not the case for substantial leather users such as Mercedes-Benz and Audi claim CICB’s findings.

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