While Bolsonaro Favors Trump, Brazilian Exports to US Drop 32 Percent as Deficit Climbs

In the Senate, Chancellor Araújo says that the fruits of the relationship with the White House will be seen in the future; contrary to this trend, business with the criticized China records a six per cent high.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The announced partnership that Jair Bolsonaro and Donald Trump's governments boast about has not been reflected in the business environment between Brazil and the United States.

Even considering the worldwide trade deceleration triggered by the pandemic - an overall drop of 9.6 percent in Brazilian business with the world - the trade balance between the two countries had a significant drop, suffering a 25 percent cut between January and August this year, compared to the same period last year.

The drop in Brazilian sales to the North American market was even greater, around 32 percent - from . . .

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