Although Brazil ships more vehicles to Argentina than it receives from the country, Brazilâ€™s unfavorable exchange rate is helping reduce the gap. In the year's first half, Brazil's vehicle imports from Argentina surged 68.3% to 38,940 units, while exports rose 33.2% to 116,932 compared with like-2005, the Secretariat of Foreign Trade (Secex) says. Despite the results, Brazil still exports nearly three times more vehicles to its neighbor than it imports. Its first-half exports to ...
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