Brazil and Uruguay will give preference to products from free trade zones

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Thursday, June 9, the Foreign Ministers of Brazil and Uruguay -Carlos França and Francisco Bustillo, respectively- met in Los Angeles (USA).

In a statement, Brazil's Foreign Ministry (Itamaraty) said that among the issues discussed was the expansion of trade flow.

"In this sense, they agreed on the conditions for preferential access for goods produced in free trade zones and special customs areas located in the Oriental Republic of . . .

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