Although Brazil ships more vehicles to Argentina than it receives from the country, Brazil’s unfavorable exchange rate is helping reduce the gap. In the year's first half, Brazil's vehicle imports from Argentina surged 68.3% to 38,940 units, while exports rose 33.2% to 116,932 compared with like-2005, the Secretariat of Foreign Trade (Secex) says. Despite the results, Brazil still exports nearly three times more vehicles to its neighbor than it imports. Its first-half exports to ...

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