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BRASILIA, Dec 21 (Reuters) - Brazil's central bank said on Monday it expects the country's current account deficit to shrink to $41 billion in 2016 from an expected gap of $62 billion this year as the trade balance improves.
A weaker real currency has helped lift exports while a deepening recession has dragged down imports in Latin America's biggest economy. The central bank estimates foreign direct investment of $60 billion and a trade surplus of $30 billion next year.
Reporting by Marcels Ayres; Writing by Alonso Soto