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By mid-2007 the world was experiencing its sixth year of solid economic growth, in good measure due to strong and continued demand for consumption in the U.S. and increased supply of consumer goods at relatively stable prices by developing economies (led by China and India). For Brazil, this meant significantly better prices for export commodities and consistently higher trade surpluses month after month, allowing for a solid path towards the zeroing of the country's net foreign indebtedness.doi:10.7916/d8f76qsr fatcat:lvgzh2icgzeznbppcgvrfu3bhy