Central Bank: Brazilian Expenses Abroad Amount to US$1.3 Billion in September

Brazilian spending on travel abroad totaled US$1.33 billion in September and US$13.344 billion during the first three quarters of the year.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - This was the highest figure for the month since September 2017, when it stood at US$1.716 billion. In September 2018, spending totaled US$1.189 billion. The data were released yesterday, October 24th, in Brasília, by the Central Bank (BC).

According to the head of the Central Bank's Statistics Department, Fernando Rocha, September's result interrupts a downward path in travel spending recorded in previous months. "But this does not necessarily point to . . .

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