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Latin America | 29 September 2017 External Accounts no Longer Improving in Brazil and Mexico
Brazil's current account deficit is stabilizing following an substantial narrowing since early 2015, thanks to the deep recession.

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29 September 2017 External Accounts no Longer Improving in Brazil and Mexico

By Andres Abadia

Brazil's current account deficit is stabilizing following an substantial narrowing since early 2015, thanks to the deep recession.

Posted: 28th Sep 2017 in 'Latin America'

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