* Mexico says sees no scope for renegotiation of deal * Argentina has tightened controls on imports in recent months (Updates with economy minister quote, background) By Adriana Barrera MEXICO CITY, June 25 (Reuters) - Mexico said on Monday Argentina has pulled out of an auto trade pact over the deal's conditions, and that the Mexican government is separately preparing a case against the South American nation before the World Trade Organization over protectionist measures. The move came ...
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