* Trade spat sparked by Brazilian delay of import licenses * Brazil accounts for 80 percent of Argentine car exports BUENOS AIRES, May 24 (Reuters) - Brazil and Argentina agreed on Tuesday to monthly meetings on commerce, Argentina said, as the neighboring countries try to soothe tensions that flared earlier this month over car imports. The spat was triggered by Brazil's decision to delay import licenses for foreign-made autos after Argentina, in March, increased the number of goods ...
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