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Brazil’s bumper trade surplus set to shrink

The sharp rise in Brazil’s goods exports and the widening of the trade surplus since 2019 have been a point of strength for the economy. But we think these will reverse course before long. This feeds into our below-consensus GDP growth forecasts and our view that the real will remain under pressure against the dollar over the next couple of years.

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