SAO PAULO – The Brazilian automotive manufacturers group, Anfavea, is conducting negotiations in Madrid to form a trade pact agreement with the European Union, says Ricardo Carvalho, president of Anfavea. "We have significant industrial capacity, and we are interested in increasing our presence in the European market," he says. Anfavea also expects to make trade regulations more flexible between Brazil and Argentina, which is suffering from a severe economic crisis. An automotive ...
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