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The commercial deficit: how agriculture can solve the problem


, : The commercial deficit: how agriculture can solve the problem. Agroanalysis 17(9): 8-10

The article starts by pointing out the difficulties involved in achieving a positive balance of payments in Brazil in circumstances of repeated economic shocks such as the recent currency crises in Mexico and Thailand. At present, there is a deficit, despite the government's attempts to promote industrial exports.

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