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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.

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