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Brazil may meet China’s demand for pork, specialist says

Brazil may have the opportunity to meet China’s demand for pork, as Asian pigs have been affected with the African swine fever, said Renato Rasmussen, director for Market Intelligence with INTL FCStone, consultant for commodities, capital markets, and asset management.


China remains top destination of Brazil exports

China remained the main destination of Brazilian exports in 2018, and figured among the countries contributing to Brazil’s $58.7 billion surplus in commercial transactions with other countries last year.


Soybeans 16% of Brazil’s exports in first half-year

Soybeans account for 16% of the total amount of Brazil’s exports to the world for the first six months of the year. Adding iron ore and oil, the percentage reaches 33%.


IMF raises Brazil’s estimated growth to 2.3% in 2018

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) raised the growth estimated for Brazil to 2.3% in 2018, and to 2.5% in 2019. The forecasts are part of the World Economic Outlook, published today (Apr. 17), and represent 0.4 percentage points above those published in January.

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Brazil's trade balance hits highest February surplus since 1989

Brazil hit a $4.56 billion trade surplus in February, a peak level for the month of February since the beginning of the government's time series in 1989.