BRAZIL: Pragmatism should prevail over initial Biden-Bolsonaro bad blood

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Bolsonaro's handling of illegal deforestation is the main source of discord between Biden and the Brazilian president.A potential Democratic administration may help Brazil in favoring multilateralism.China's growing influence in Brazil may bring the US and Brazil closer under a potential Biden administration. This week Brazil and the US signed an agreement on certain trade and regulatory rules and cooperation. The agreement is by no means an FTA (Free Trade Agreement), falling short of eliminating tariff or non-tariff barriers, for example. It "facilitates" trade by streamlini
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