SAO PAULO — An impending agreement between Brazil and Mexico to increase imports and exports of vehicles and components between the two countries is irritating Argentina. Sources say the agreement will be signed within a few weeks. Argentina's auto manufacturers' association expressed concern at the speed in which Brazil and Mexico are reaching a deal on preferential tariffs. Horacio Larre Orono, president of the Argentine Component Assn. (Afac), says that the agreement is worrisome. ...
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