SAO PAULO - Brazil and Mexico still are negotiating terms of a broadened trade agreement. Both countries hope to expand their existing trade accord, which establishes an export quota of vehicles from Brazil to Mexico at 50,000 units annually and an import duty of 8%. The two governments would like to increase the quota to approximately 200,000 units annually at a 5% duty until 2005, when quotas will be dropped. Last year, automobile and auto-related exports to Mexico totaled $971 ...

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