RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The price gap with Argentina, which has widened recently, is a concern for businessmen on the Uruguayan coast and mayors of border departments. Recent increases in fuel prices in Uruguay prompted departmental leaders to call for an additional reduction, pointing out that it is currently even more common for Uruguayans to cross the border to fill up on cheaper gasoline and diesel in the neighboring country.
That claim was echoed this week by the government, which on Tuesday confirmed a measure on the issue. In a meeting with the mayors of Río Negro, Omar Lafluf . . .
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