RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Faced with Argentina's announcement that it will abandon negotiations on Mercosur agreements, the Brazilian government intends to suggest changes to the bloc's operating rules in order to make trade negotiations viable without the neighboring country's involvement.
Brazilian negotiators argue that current rules may hinder the progress of future agreements if there is no endorsement by the Argentine government. The plan is to remove such obstacles.
The concern refers not only to future . . .