Uruguayan Foreign Minister: “immobility” has won in Mercosur in terms of trade openness

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has raised its expectations on the time it will take to advance in bilateral negotiations with China for a Free Trade Agreement.

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 . . .

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