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By Jay Forte, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Yesterday (April 24th) Brazil and Spain signed a series of agreements aimed at bilateral cooperation in the areas of development, economy and trade, infrastructure, transport, water resources and diplomacy, according to a government news source.

In a meeting in Brasília with Spanish President Mariano Rajoy, President Michel Temer highlighted the importance of the relationship, explaining, "We agree that trade and investment are at the heart of our bilateral agenda. I do not need to say how important the role of Spanish investors in our country is."

According to government news . . .

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