* Brazil and Mexico begin trade talks * To consult business leaders on level of ambition * Food and chemical industries could oppose By Raymond Colitt BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil and Mexico have launched negotiations to liberalize trade, Brazil's foreign trade secretary said Monday, as the global economic crisis and domestic pressure push the two Latin American giants closer. The move marks an about-face in trade relations between the two countries, which have long stood back to ...
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