Commercial banks will maintain their trade and interbank credit lines to Brazil after last week's $41.5 billion international financial aid package for the country, said William Rhodes, vice chairman of the Citibank unit of Citigroup.

Mr. Rhodes, who often is a spokesman for banks involved in country debt restructuring talks, added that he hoped investments in Brazil would get restarted as that country's economic reform program gets under way.

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