Daily News February 5, 2016

Brazil seeks to free trade auto trade with Argentina and Mexico Brazil wants to liberalize trade in vehicles and auto parts with Argentina and Mexico, Trade Minister Armando Monteiro (above) said on Thursday, in a major shift away from protectionism. “Our auto industry is very competitive and will benefit from those deals,” Monteiro said in a short interview. “We need to move in the direction of free trade.” Business Insider reports. World Bank to give Mexico rural development bank to boost agriculture Program will help increase credit in agriculture: World Bank Mexico on Friday plans to sign an agreement for a $400 million loan from the World Bank to help Latin America’s second-largest economy develop rural areas by lending to […]

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