Brazilian footwear exports fall

In January, Brazilian footwear exports fell by 16.1 percent in volume to 12.5 million pairs and by 7.3 percent in value to $91.5 million, largely due to political instability in Latin America. Haroldo Ferreira, president of the Brazil’s footwear industry, Abicalçados, said that Brazilian manufacturers may have also suffered from ...

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