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Marina, better than Lula. Dilma, minister of everything

Huge challenges for next Brazilian president, in a conflictive economic panorama. By Joseph A. Mann, Jr. Brazil next year will continue suffering from low GDP growth (about 1%) and higher inflation (over 6.5%) regardless of who wins the presidential elections, according to one of Brazil’s leading economists. Speaking at a conference in Miami, Armando Castelar, applied research coordinator at the Getúlio Vargas Foundation’s Brazilian Economics Institute (IBRE), also said that if Marina Silva is elected, her “very sound proposals” could provide a little more economic growth if she finds the right people for her government and acts quickly, before the […]
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