BRASILIA, Brazil, Sept 23 (Reuters) - South America's Mercosur customs bloc is ready to offer an improved free trade deal to the European Union as the two groups scramble to meet an end-October deadline to link their markets. The Mercosur offer increases to 90 percent from 88 percent the range of goods that will be subject to free trade and addresses European demands for government purchase and service sector contracts, an Argentine negotiator said on Thursday. "From tonight onwards we ...
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