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The Latin American giant ranked last in our annual listing of the region’s most globalized economies By Mark Keller It’s bad news for Brazil in Latin Trade’s latest Globalization Index: of the 18 Latin American economies measured by the index, the country comes in last place. In fact, the country ranks poorly in almost all of the six categories our index takes account of, placing last in value of exports as a percentage of GDP, value of imports as a percentage of GDP, tourism receipts as a percentage of GDP, and remittances as a percentage of GDP. In only two […]
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