Brazil May Retaliate Against Argentina Over Trade, Estado Says

The Brazilian government is considering retaliating against Argentina as Cristina Kirchner’s government has cut imports from Brazil by 19 percent this year, O Estado de S. Paulo newspaper reported, citing a government official it didn’t identify.

President Dilma Rousseff will discuss the subject with Kirchner during meetings on Nov. 27-28 in the Argentinian city of Cardales, the newspaper said.

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