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New Goal for Brazil Is to Export US$ 150 Billion, Says Lula

During his trip to Uruguay, where he attended the inauguration of the new President, Tabaré Vásquez, Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva commemorated the success of Brazil’s exports, which for the first time topped the barrier of US$ 100 billion in annual sales, between March, 2004, and February, 2005.

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