Initially starting as a bilateral project, the currency initiative would later be extended to invite other Latin American nations, a report said. Photo: TNS
Initially starting as a bilateral project, the currency initiative would later be extended to invite other Latin American nations, a report said. Photo: TNS
Americas

Brazil and Argentina to discuss common currency

  • South America’s two largest economies to advance discussions on forming a common currency
  • Advocates of a new currency hope it could boost regional trade and reduce reliance on the US dollar

Initially starting as a bilateral project, the currency initiative would later be extended to invite other Latin American nations, a report said. Photo: TNS
Initially starting as a bilateral project, the currency initiative would later be extended to invite other Latin American nations, a report said. Photo: TNS
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