BUENOS AIRES — After months of arguing, Brazil and Argentina agree on new auto tariffs. But Mercosur trade pact smaller partners, Paraguay and Uruguay, are objecting to the new trade rules. The most substantial change in the new agreement dissolves the one-for-one rule by Jan. 1, 2006. The previous agreement allowed Brazilian automakers to export only as many vehicles to Argentina as Argentina exported to Brazil. The disparity between exports will now be limited to 6% this year and 22.2% ...
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