Fears that companies will shelve investment, consumers will cut spending and stocks will slide have been revived after Donald Trump and Xi Jinping’s fragile trade truce was shattered with both sides slapping fresh tariffs on the other’s goods.
Former economy minister appears at an event hosted by the Wilson Center's Argentina Project think-tank. And, as expected, he delivered a fierce critique of the Mauricio Macri administration's policies.
Output tumbled 1.3 percent in March, its worst reading in six months. In the 12 months through March, Brazil’s industrial production contracted for the first time since 2017, the national statistics bureau reported Friday. Exports to Argentina also down.