Trade liberalization has a limited impact on informal employment in Brazil, while the effect of labor law reforms is significant.
As of January 1, 2016, bilateral trade in automotive industry products will be duty free, replacing the tariff-rate quota scheme.
The two countries signed various agreements on regulatory convergence and patents and made progress on other areas of joint work.
On Brazil’s initiative, a series of meetings took place in connection with bilateral agreements between the MERCOSUR and the countries of the Pacific Alliance…
MERCOSUR’s smaller members agreed to the creation of a system of payments in local currency similar to that already agreed upon bilaterally by Uruguay,…
The two largest economies in Latin America took part in the first round of negotiations to extend Economic Complementarity Agreement (ECA) No. 53.
The new president of Argentina, Mauricio Macri, will prioritize the country's relations with its main trading partner.