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Toys’ game: Brazil warns Argentina that trade restrictions will be reciprocated

Thursday, December 3rd 2009 - 13:35 UTC
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Brazil has threatened with trade reprisals if Argentina does not lift new restrictions to imports of Brazilian manufactured toys. Trade tensions between the two Mercosur partners and largest economies of South America have soured lately because of what Brazil considers “protectionist” measures and attitudes from Argentina. Read full article

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  • Nicholas

    “protectionist” is the only idiotic idea of a “peronist” who destroys it's own economy without noticing it, in the long run.

    Dec 03rd, 2009 - 03:52 pm - Link - Report abuse 0
  • Kirk Nelson

    Well, I do not think that this matter is “protectionist” per say.
    However, if one country requires some time of license for a product, the other country should implemente the same tipe of licenses for the same product.
    Its is a reciprocal matter. A trade is two ways street.
    This issue is not a big deal and both countries would comply to each other and business would operate soon normaly.

    At least we know that, commercially, they are spaying to each other and that is a fear practice to remind themselves or each other, that a guard is always alert . “ Big brother is watching me”.


    Kirk Nelson, from New York, USA

    Dec 04th, 2009 - 05:47 am - Link - Report abuse 0
  • Marcos

    Argentine foreign trade policy is poised to destroy the process of integration, it has no interest in open trade throughout South America. It's high time that Argentina be nixed from Mercosul and be replaced with a country that has a mature and intelligent trade policy like Chile.

    Dec 07th, 2009 - 10:56 pm - Link - Report abuse 0

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