SAO PAULO – Government officials from Brazil and Argentina are meeting in an effort to defuse the escalation of automotive trade conflicts between the two rival countries. After the Argentine government imposed restrictions on the import of Brazilian-made tractors and harvesters, export sales of the vehicles plunged. The Deere tractor factory in Rio Grande do Sul has dismissed part of its workforce and says may build the tractors in Argentina, instead. Because tractors and harvesters ...

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