In this Nov. 28, 2012 photo, a sign decorates a bicycle that reads in Spanish "More love, less motor" in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Civic leaders have tried to make Buenos Aires a bicycle-friendly city, but that’s been stymied by another government initiative, protectionist import bans designed to spur domestic production that have instead strangled supplies of everything from bananas to prescription drugs. For cyclists, fewer bikes are available because the business has mostly relied on foreign-made parts. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)

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In this Nov. 28, 2012 photo, a sign decorates a bicycle that reads in Spanish "More love, less motor" in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Civic leaders have tried to make Buenos Aires a bicycle-friendly city, but that’s been stymied by another government initiative, protectionist import bans designed to spur domestic production that have instead strangled supplies of everything from bananas to prescription drugs. For cyclists, fewer bikes are available because the business has mostly relied on foreign-made parts. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)
In this Nov. 28, 2012 photo, a sign decorates a bicycle that reads in Spanish "More love, less motor" in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Civic leaders have tried to make Buenos Aires a bicycle-friendly city, but that’s been stymied by another government initiative, protectionist import bans designed to spur domestic production that have instead strangled supplies of everything from bananas to prescription drugs. For cyclists, fewer bikes are available because the business has mostly relied on foreign-made parts. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)
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