RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - It took a while, but protests have started: hoteliers from Porto Alegre and other cities on Argentine's routes to Brazil's southern beaches are complaining about the Brazilian government's delay in clearing access to their neighbors.
Argentina's borders reopened on November 1 for Brazilians, but so far the Brazilian government has not granted reciprocity, i.e., access for Argentines to all of Brazil's territory. Only local transit is allowed, which is limited to twinned border cities, such as Foz and Puerto Iguazú.
For now, there is only a pledge from Minister of . . .