SAO PAULO – Argentine authorities have sent an official complaint to Brazil expressing their “concern” over the heavy volume of Brazilian cars being sold in that country. The government wants to right what it sees as a growing trade imbalance before an automotive free-trade agreement takes effect in 2006. Brazilian-built VW Gol was top-selling car last year in Argentina. Raul Dejean, Argentina’s undersecretary of industry, says vehicle trade between the two countries currently is ...
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