September 21, 2014
Capitanich praises bilateral trade deal with Brazil
Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich today praised an agreement reached over the weekend with Brazil to reinforce bilateral trade and the progress made in a “common agenda” that would likely lead to a free trade agreement between Mercosur bloc and the European Union.
In his daily press briefing at the Government House, Capitanich highlighted the results of a visit Economy Minister Axel Kicillof and himself made to Costa do Sauipe, in Brazil, which allowed them to work on a deal with the Brazilian automotive industry for spare parts production.
In Brazil, both officials held meetings with representatives of the World Bank which approved a strategic plan of financing, according to Capitanich.