Despite Weak Dollar Brazil’s Surplus Soars

Brazil’s trade balance achieved a US$ 2.183 billion surplus in January. The most outstanding performance occurred in the fourth week of the month, when the surplus attained the mark of US$ 872 million. The month’s previous best was US$ 540, in the second week.

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