RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Uruguayan Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Francisco Bustillo, has delayed its expectations on the time it will take to advance in the negotiations with China for a Free Trade Agreement (FTA), whose feasibility study had been announced for December but has not yet materialized, in a bilateral conversation that also brings together the reticent positions of Argentina and Brazil.
The issue was addressed by Francisco Bustillo during a visit on May 11 to the International Affairs Committee of the Senate. There, in line with the proposals of President Luis Lacalle Pou, the Foreign Minister was also . . .