A notable but somewhat under the radar win for out of the Bolsonaro visit: Brazil to forgo special and differential treatment in WTO negotiations.
Unexpected outcome of US-Brazil presidential summit (ht ): Brazil to start forgoing S&DT in WTO negotiations. In a hypothetical Doha deal, this would've meant accepting deeper cuts on manufacturing & farm tariffs, and tighter subsidy limits.
Brazil has agreed to open a 750K-ton tariff quota for US wheat. Will other countries demand a share? Or quotas of their own? H/T