SAO PAULO – Brazil and Argentina have agreed to expand their bilateral automotive trade agreement, as the two countries look to ward off competition from imported vehicle components from Asia. Welber Barral, secretary for foreign trade in Brazil, tells journalists the deal to extend the trade pact was reached during a meeting with Argentine Industry Secretary Eduardo Bianchi Dec. 5 in Brasilia. Barral says Argentina and Brazil share a “concern” over the growing imports of car parts and ...
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