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1 December 2017 Will the Improvement in Brazil's External Accounts Continue?

By Andres Abadia

External conditions continue to favour Brazil. The recovery in domestic demand in the world's major economies, particularly the rebound in business investment, has driven a gradual revival of global exports.

Posted: 30th Nov 2017 in 'Latin America Documents'

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