RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Last Tuesday, Brazil signed with the United States a declaration to the World Trade Organization (WTO) with covert criticism of China's performance in international trade, further signaling the alignment of the Bolsonaro government with the Trump administration and indicating that the country may take sides in the trade dispute that has dragged on since last year between the world's two largest economies.
With the growth of China's weight in Brazilian foreign trade, this is everything the government should not do, say analysts.
In the joint declaration, Brazil and the US argued that the . . .