LACCA news in brief – 6 April


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April’s edition of news in brief looks at the latest ruling on Brazilian former president Lula and the developments in the country’s agriculture sector within the US-China trade war landscape. Meanwhile, Argentine former planning minister has been convicted of corruption and a Venezuelan state-owned aluminium company has gone into temporary shutdown. 

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