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Opinion: Why doesn’t trade between Brazil and Portugal grow?

By Rodrigo Tavares

A few months after the presidential election of 2002, the then Prime Minister of Portugal, Durão Barroso, visited Brazil and defended the need to strengthen economic and commercial relations and friendship ties.

Eight months later, already wearing the presidential crown, Lula da Silva arrived in Portugal with a delegation of 60 business people from various sectors.

This choreography is recurrent. The two countries have alternated initiatives to promote Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?

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