SAO PAULO — Brazilian car partsmakers suffering from their country's market malaise and devalued currency, are finding it even more difficult to sell to neighboring Argentina, their second-largest market that last year accounted for 27% of supplier sales. A recent announcement by the Argentine government obliges importers of Brazilian products to deposit 100% of the value of the imports with Argentina's central bank. Analysts fear the decision may have a serious impact on the Mercosur ...

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