MEXICO CITY, Feb 4 (Reuters) - Mexico is sending a delegation to Brazil next week in an effort to save a free trade deal on automobiles as Latin America's biggest economy steps up protection of its manufacturing sector. Mexican diplomats and auto industry representatives will travel next week to Brazil for talks starting on Thursday, a source at Mexico's foreign ministry told Reuters on Saturday. Brazil wants Mexico to take more of its buses and trucks, which would mean new terms have to be ...
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