Brazil Trade Surplus Narrowed in September to $4.3 Billion

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By Jeffrey T. Lewis

 

SÃO PAULO–Brazil’s trade surplus narrowed in September as exports declined and imports rose, the economy ministry said Friday.

The country recorded a surplus of $4.3 billion in September, after a surplus of $7.7 billion in August. Brazilian exports fell to $24.3 billion last month, from $27.2 billion in August, while imports increased to $20 billion from $19.5 billion a month earlier.

 

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October 01, 2021 14:17 ET (18:17 GMT)

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