BRASILIA, July 1- Brazil had a trade surplus of $4.527 billion in June, government data showed on Wednesday, above market estimates for a surplus of $4 billion. The country posted a trade surplus of $2.76 billion in May. After running a deficit at the start of 2015, Brazil's trade balance has turned positive with a surplus of $2.222 billion in the first six months of...» Read More
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