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Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Canada can benefit from trade war: Algebris

By Bloomberg
22 May 2019   |   1:16 pm
Alberto Gallo, portfolio manager at Algebris Investments, discusses the U.S.-China trade war and how the adjustment of global supply chains could benefit countries like Brazil, Argentina, Mexico and Canada.

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