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Bridging The Atlantic: Brazil and Sub-Saharan Africa South-South Partnering for Growth

Bridging The Atlantic: Brazil and Sub-Saharan Africa South-South Partnering for Growth

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Versão em inglês do relatório do Instituto de Pesquisas Econômicas Aplicadas (IPEA) e do Banco Mundial lançando em dezembro de 2011.
Versão em inglês do relatório do Instituto de Pesquisas Econômicas Aplicadas (IPEA) e do Banco Mundial lançando em dezembro de 2011.

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Published by: Cândido Neto da Cunha on Dec 14, 2011
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Trade between Brazil and Sub-Saharan Africa has increased greatly over the
past 10 years, directly related to the deepening of political relations between
the two sides. The main products are in energy (oil and gas), agriculture (food
and fertilizers), cattle (beef), mining (iron ore), and automobiles (vehicles and
parts). Brazil’s 10 leading trading partners in Sub-Saharan Africa are Nigeria
(32.83 percent), South Africa (11.43 percent), Angola (8.68 percent), Ghana
(1.47 percent), the Democratic Republic of Congo (0.77 percent), Senegal (0.71

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