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Brazil slash import tariffs for duration of World Cup

RIO DE JANEIRO: Brazil's government slashed import tariffs slapped on beer cans to avoid shortages of the beverage during the World Cup in South Africa.

Brazil didn't mess up Games, nor did it make most of them

RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - As the Olympic hoardings are taken down in Rio de Janeiro and the Carnival atmosphere subsides, there is relief that cash-strapped Brazil avoided making a mess of the Games but also a nagging suspicion it did not make the most of them either.

McLaren shareholders have rejected bids, not looking to sell

WOKING, England (Reuters) - Shareholders in McLaren's Formula One team and luxury sports car sister company are committed to both businesses and have turned down bids from prospective buyers, the CEO of the brand's automotive firm told Reuters on Friday.

Post-Brexit UK must try to influence EU car rules, McLaren Automotive says

CHICHESTER, England (Reuters) - Britain must try to retain an influence over EU car rules after Brexit as any divergence in vehicle standards would add to local manufacturers' costs, sports carmaker McLaren Automotive said on Thursday, in the latest business warning to the government.

Brexit - All bets are off for Irish horse racing industry

KILDARE, Ireland (Reuters) - Irish racehorse trainers and breeders fear a Brexit that impedes the free movement of animals could threaten its success on the track and position as Europe's largest producer of thoroughbreds.

Seen through 2018 lens, 'NAFTA World Cup' in 2026 is, well, awkward

(Reuters) - It was quickly dubbed the "NAFTA World Cup" on social media, but football fans and observers could not help seeing Wednesday's news that the United States, Mexico and Canada will jointly host the 2026 World Cup through the lens of border walls, tariffs and Trump.

Mexico Delivers a Message of Solidarity, Without a Mention of Trump

MEXICO CITY — The subtext was hard to miss.