Guyana, French Guiana, and Suriname: the forgotten borders to the North of Brazil

These territories are little known by Brazilians and are economically, historically, and politically isolated from the other South American countries.

The gigantic territorial area of Brazil, the fifth largest country in the world, also provides a vast border region with most of the continental South American countries, except only for Chile and Ecuador.

Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay participate in Mercosur together with Brazil. Thanks to gas exports, Bolivia also has an important relationship with the national economy.

Colombia and Peru are two of the favorite destinations for Brazilians on the continent, while Brazil has become a refuge for Venezuelans during the country's economic crisis.

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