By William Jones, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The trade deficit in Brazil has sunk to an all-time low after it announced a loss of US$6.183 billion so far in 2014, these are the worst ever recorded statistics which show a balance based on exports of US$31.960 billion and imports of US$38.143 billion.
The February statistics, which showed a deficit of a little over US$2 billion, was . . .
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