By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Brazil’s Minister of Development, Industry and Trade, Marcos Pereira and Argentina’s Production Minister, Francisco Cabrera, signed on Tuesday, August 2nd, agreements to lower bilateral trade bureaucracy and reduce time and costs of imports and exports between the two countries.
"Brazil and Argentina together, united, are stronger," said Minister Pereira during a dinner with business leaders at Brazil’s embassy in Buenos Aires on the eve of the negotiations.
Officials the two countries vowed to continue the Digital Certificate of Origin Project (DOC). According to the Brazilian minister the . . .