Brazil manufactured goods final draft

Brazil manufactured goods final draft - Today Brazil has...

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Today Brazil has one of the largest economies in the world. Manufacturing is the second biggest component which is estimated to be about 27.8% of total GDP. Some of the most popular exports include oil, coffee, aircrafts, pulpwood, as well as automotive parts & accessories. Over the last decade, Brazil has been steadily proving itself as one of the major competitors in international trade. They have significantly reduced manufacturing tariffs over the past 20 years and the United States as well as many other nations within the WTO have all been trying to come to an agreement with Brazil over their current trade policies. The recent trade agreement with UNASUR has already paved the path for a free or extremely low tariff agreement between the participating nations that include Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, and Venezuela. UNASUR’s goals include “the creation of a single South American market by eliminating tariffs and promoting the increased
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