RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Along with encouraging "incursions" into Uruguay, the shortage of tires pushes Argentines to look for options in other countries in the region. From there, and along with unleashed smuggling, in recent weeks the crossings to Chile, Paraguay and even Brazil of drivers who locate the models that were no longer available in Argentina have intensified.
The difference in prices also drives this phenomenon, which seems to have no solution in the medium term given the Government's decision to keep imports tied.
In keeping with this, Chile has become an extremely frequented option since the tires . . .