SAO PAULO -- Auto makers in Brazil and Argentina are asking their governments to make a reciprocal trade agreement more flexible to adapt to the current situation, as Argentina suffers from a drastic economic crisis. The Mercosur trade pact says that for each $100 in product exported to Argentina, the Brazilian manufacturer must import $90. Should a company exceed that ratio, it must pay a fine. Ford Motor Co., PSA Peugeot Citroen, Toyota Motor Corp. and Scania AB all surpassed the ...
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