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Bolsonaro keeps observers guessing on Brazil's trade direction

February 1, 2019

Brazil’s new government wants to open up the country's economy and increase trade with the rest of the world. But beyond the campaign rhetoric, the US-China trade war is making it hard to second guess how achievable those goals will be. Thierry Ogier reports.

Bradesco teaser

Can Brazil end its economic rollercoaster ride?

November 1, 2018

Brazil has undergone some of the most testing times in its history. The Banker reports from São Paulo on how government reforms are improving the situation for the country's banks.

MB&FBovespa teaser

Brazil relishes end of IPO dry season

February 1, 2017

Brazil’s confounding equity market can rise even when the economy dives and political scandals break. However, 2016 was so chaotic that initial public offerings struggled to launch. Politics permitting, things are about to change, writes Thierry Ogier.

The China-Latin America corridor widens further

December 2, 2013

With the US and European crises behind them, South American trade figures are back on an upward slope. Local banks are paving the way for improved relations with China, and Chinese banks are increasing their presence in the region. Even the proximity of the US could have its benefits.

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