Ministers: Brazil “Is Ready” to Negotiate Trade Agreement With Mexico

According to Brazil's Ministries of Economy and Foreign Affairs, the bilateral partnership would be "ambitious".

By Xiu Ying

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil is ready to negotiate an "ambitious" bilateral agreement with Mexico that will allow free trade between the two countries, announced the Economy and Foreign Affairs Ministers on Friday, in a joint statement.

Representatives of the two countries met in Mexico City on May 30th and 31st to discuss the expansion of trade between Latin America's two largest economies.

The Brazilian delegation was headed by the Secretary of Bilateral and Regional Negotiations in the Americas of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Pedro Miguel da Costa e Silva, and by the Secretary . . .

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