Brazil expected to lead Latin America’s economic integration

brazilBy Elton Alisson
Agência FAPESP – Growing overseas investments on the part of businesses from economic powers in peripheral nations over the last 30 years have led to an unprecedented polarity in the global economy. On the one hand, groups of nations such as those in East Asia have benefitted from the flow of capital and have become industrialized. On the other hand, developed nations such as the United States and the member countries of the European Union, as well as emerging nations such as Brazil, are currently going through a process of de-industrialization.

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Source and Photos: FAPESP, 13rd February, 2013.
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