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Brazil: Haddad says common currency plan is not the same as defended by Guedes

The Brazilian Minister of Finance, Fernando Haddad, said this Monday (23) that there will not be a “single currency” between Brazil and Argentina.

The minister pointed out that studies will be carried out to assess the possibility of a common currency between the two countries aimed at financial and commercial transactions.

The objective is to reduce dependence on the dollar, informed news media Estadão.

Haddad also said that the plan is not . . .

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