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Some South American commodity producers may see their fortunes rise from the trade spat between the U.S. and China.China, gobbling up a growing share of the region's exports since the commodities boom, could further deepen its ties with South America to make up for the closure of the U.S. market.China has forged strong commercial ties with South America over the past two decades.Acknowledging that Brazil's trade ties with China are strong, central bank president Ilan Goldfajn demurred when asked whether the recent trade spat could further strengthen them.
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