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Heads of Latin American countries sign declaration against trade barriers

With the signing of the Presidential Declaration of Buenos Aires this Sunday (10 December) by 10 Latin American countries, the nations of the region reinforced their commitment to reducing trade barriers between nations.

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Brazil Stock Market Retrace Likely To Turn Around Say The Macro Fiscal Flows

A positive macro picture for a land one is looking at investing in is a real prerequisite, and the purpose of this report is to assess if Brazil has a positive macro environment within which to invest.

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Government launches new platform to tackle trade barriers

In order to help Brazilian companies avoid barriers to foreign trade and facilitate Brazilian exports to foreign markets, President Michel Temer has issued a decree launching the Electronic System for the Monitoring of Barriers to Brazilian Exports, called Sem Barreiras (“No Barriers”) for short.

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Michigan firms embark on trade mission to Brazil, Argentina

Business leaders from seven Michigan companies are traveling to South America on a trade mission to increase export opportunities.

The Michigan Economic Development Corp. says the trade mission starts Sunday and runs through Nov. 11 in Brazil and Argentina.

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BRAZIL: Ibovespa Rises On Volatile Session, Fearing U.S. Interest Rate Hike

Ibovespa, the benchmark stock index in Brazil, rose 0.12% Friday, closing at 73,915.43 points amid high volatility on a session marked by economic data in the United States - which reinforced fears that the interest rate in that country could still rise this year and trigger the selling of emergi

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Latin American IPO boomlet gathers steam, led by Brazil, Argentina

Recovery hopes in two of Latin America's largest economies, Brazil and Argentina, have triggered a surge in initial public offerings, with companies in mining, food, construction and fuel distribution set to test the markets in coming months.

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BRAZIL: Stocks Rise And Ibovespa Reaches New Record Level

Data showing a double-digit increase in China's imports in September boosted commodity prices and led the Brazilian stock market index Ibovespa to climb 0.41% Friday to 76,977.68 - a new record closing level. Vale's shares, an index heavyweight, rose 6%, boosted by higher iron ore prices.

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Exports to China boost trade balance

A long-standing trading partner, China has established itself as the most important market for Brazilian products. The country's interest in Brazilian raw materials has had a decisive role for Brazil's trade balance.

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Trade balance hits $1.3B surplus in 4th week of September

Brazil’s trade balance hit a US$ 1.270 billion surplus in the fourth week of September after US$ 4.808 billion in exports and US$ 3.538 billion in imports, according to numbers recently released by the Ministry of Industry, Foreign Trade and Services (MDIC).

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China, BRICS trade ministers vow to fight protectionism

China and the other BRICS nations pledged on Wednesday to fight protectionism and safeguard intellectual property rights, even as U.S. President Donald Trump considers action against what he sees as unfair trade practices by China.

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