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Finance Minister Guido Mantega rebuffs Tim Geithner's attempts to enlist Brazil in teaming up to...

Finance Minister Guido Mantega rebuffs Tim Geithner's attempts to enlist Brazil in teaming up to fight China's currency policy, saying the weak dollar is just as concerning as the yuan's value. "There is no common initiative," he says.
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  • kmi
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    Brazil doesn't like us, that's not news. They export to all our enemies.

     

    But considering they are getting hurt enough to take the issue to court they should at least line up on our side against the Yuan. Interesting how they are throwing their weight around lately.

     

    Ah well, yet another indicator of how US international influence is waning.
    15 Feb 2011, 11:12 AM Reply Like
  • John A Shulli
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    Brazil doesn't want to be a junior partner of the US with its dispute with China over the Yuan.
    Also,Brazil is still pissed off about the $.50 a gallon tariff the US put on Brazilian ethanol....
    15 Feb 2011, 01:38 PM Reply Like
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