MEXICO CITY — Automakers in Mexico may be able to ship their products to the European Union's 15 members duty free starting next year. Mexican and EU trade ministers will meet next month to negotiate a free-trade pact for automobiles. It will be the eighth time the two sides have met. An agreement is expected this year, with the new regulations starting sometime in 2000. Mexico is planning to ask EU officials to decrease the required amount of Mexican-produced components in the ...
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