RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Global economic growth and the advance of international trade could more than offset Brazil's losses in the agricultural sector after the agreement between the United States and China.
According to economists, with a stronger world economy, there is a positive perspective in relation to metal commodities, such as iron ore, which are of importance to Brazil.
For the chief economist of ABC Brazil Bank, Luis Otavio Leal, the advance in negotiations between the United States and China improves the prospects for world growth in 2020 and, therefore, is positive for Brazil, although there is a . . .