Brazil: Trade balance has surplus of US$8.8 billion in June

The result was below the market estimates, which expected a balance of US$10 billion; imports rose 33.7%.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian trade balance registered a surplus of US$8.8 billion in June, below the estimates of the financial market, which expected a balance higher than US$10 billion.

The result is formed by exports minus imports in foreign trade. The Ministry of Economy released the . . .

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