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March 27, 1991 | From Reuters
The presidents of Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay signed a blueprint Tuesday to build a gigantic common market--stretching from the Equator to Antarctica--to compete with other world trading blocs. The Southern Common Market treaty, known as Mercosur, would dismantle trade barriers and encourage cross-border investment and joint projects during the next four years. It aims to integrate neighboring nations that have been stunted by protectionism, rivalry and political instability.
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March 27, 1991 | From Reuters
The presidents of Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay signed a blueprint Tuesday to build a gigantic common market--stretching from the Equator to Antarctica--to compete with other world trading blocs. The Southern Common Market treaty, known as Mercosur, would dismantle trade barriers and encourage cross-border investment and joint projects during the next four years. It aims to integrate neighboring nations that have been stunted by protectionism, rivalry and political instability.
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