BRASILIA, Brazil, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Brazil and Argentina signed on Thursday a long-awaited agreement to change the restrictive trade regime for automobiles that has reigned between the two countries since 1994. The agreement between Brazil and Argentina, the key members of the Mercosur customs union, is intended to be a first step toward fully freeing up the auto trade and could give a much needed boost to the recession-ridden Argentine economy. "The deal opens up a lot of space for ...
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