SAO PAULO — On a recent visit to Brazil, Mexico's President-Elect Vicente Fox repeated his intention of bringing the two largest economies of Latin America closer together. A bilateral trade agreement currently being negotiated by the two countries should be signed by the end of the year. Mexico also is negotiating another agreement with Mercosur as a trade bloc that should be ready by December 2001. Fox believes that trade agreements and economic integration of Latin America's largest ...

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