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U.S. and Brazil: How Two Regional Giants Are Split on Trade and Politics

Feb 26, 2018 | 12:56 GMT
Brazilian President Michel Temer and U.S. President Donald Trump, shown together in a photo illustration.

Brazilian President Michel Temer and U.S. President Donald Trump, shown together in a photo illustration. Trade disputes and the crisis in Venezuela will continue to drive a wedge between Brazil and the United States over the next year.

(MAURO PIMENTEL/WIN MCNAMEE/AFP/Getty Images/iStock)

The United States and Brazil might have switched their ideas about trade, but that hasn't brought them any closer to finding agreement. For the longest time, Washington pushed for free trade in the Americas, only to meet Brazilian intransigence. Now, the roles are reversed. Brazil has begun pushing liberalized trade,...

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