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Brazil/Mercosur and EU Discuss Trade Liberalization

The 9th Meeting of the Mercosur-European Union Commission began this Wednesday, April 13, in Brussels. It continued yesterday with meetings in the areas of trading, environment, science and technology, information society, and bilateral technical cooperation.

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