By Ben Tavener, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Brazil is set to import more from China than ever in 2011, with total imports from the country amounting to US$21 billion so far this year, an increase of 35 percent, figures from Brazil’s Ministry of Development, Industry and Commerce (MDIC) show.
Nevertheless, Brazil’s solid global position as a worldwide exporter of iron ore and foodstuffs – such as soy beans, coffee, sugar and meat – underlines why, in terms of total exports, Brazil still sells more to . . .