SAO PAULO – The Brazilian auto industry continues to forge a free market scheme with Argentina, despite its counterpart's plans to push the pact until 2008. Brazil's National Association of Vehicle Manufacturers (Anfavea) insists on keeping talks alive for the sake of sustained growth in the region, even as Argentina is stalling the agreement because 60% of the vehicles sold there are made in Brazil. The 10-year Mercosur trade agreement between Brazil, Argentina and several other South ...
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