SAO PAULO – A recent study finds that although Argentina's vehicle exports to Brazil have not returned to their record 1998 level, when 223,000 vehicles entered the country, representing 14.5% of domestic sales, they have improved marginally from first-quarter 2004 when they accounted for a mere 2.4%. Argentina's Center of Studies of Buenos Aires projects exports of 50,000 vehicles to Brazil this year. Ford Focus one of Argentina's best-selling exports. Meanwhile, Brazil's National ...

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