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Brazil’s trade surplus falls in September to lowest level in seven months

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil recorded a trade surplus of US$4.322 billion in September, the lowest level in the last seven months and a value 15% lower than in the same month the previous year, due to the sharp jump in imports, the Government informed this Friday.

The positive balance in September was lower than that of the same month last year (US$5.1 billion) and 43.4% lower than that of August of this year (US$7.6 billion), according to data released by the Ministry of Economy.

The sharp fall in the surplus was attributed . . .

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