SAO PAULO – Argentina will end its automotive-trade agreement with Brazil by 2006, a top-ranking government official says. The agreement calling for free trade in the automotive sector, including spare parts, was to take effect by 2006, but has been the subject of growing debate for the last year. (See related story: Argentina Changes Rules for Brazil Imports) "There will be no free trade for automobiles in 2006,” says Argentine Minister of Economics Roberto Lavagna. "This has already ...

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