SAO PAULO – Brazilian auto makers shipping their cars, trucks and buses to Chile via Argentina are furious that the government in Buenos Aires is imposing a special surcharge. Brazil expects to export $10 billion in vehicles this year, and two of the country’s better markets are Argentina and Chile. Swedish large-truck maker Scania AB, for example, exports 55% of its production from its metro Sao Paulo plant to Argentina and Chile by land. The 2,051 miles (3,300 km) to Chile takes 10 ...

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