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Despite the relative stability of Brazil, high costs, substandard infrastructure and intransigent bureaucracy are increasingly making it more attractive for global automotive manufacturers to site their plants in Mexico rather than Latin America’s largest country. Crowded ports and an almost complete lack of intermodal hinterland transport options further compound the problem, and despite the perceived security issues in Mexico it is a much easier place to get goods in and out.

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