Brazil and Uruguay signed a zero-tariff agreement

The agreement will be in force indefinitely, ensuring the supply of yerba mate and other products originating in free trade zones without difficulties.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On June 20, Uruguay and Brazil signed, in Montevideo, a trade agreement to establish a zero tariff for products originating in free trade zones of both countries.

Uruguayan Ambassador Ana Inés Rocanova and Brazilian Ambassador Antonio José Ferreira Simoes were in charge of signing the protocols, according to the newspaper El País of the Uruguayan capital.

Uruguayan Foreign Minister Francisco Bustillo, who estimated that the regulations would enter . . .

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