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|   By Lourdes Casanova   | Brazil’s dream to become a major world economy seemed to be within reach. Its golden decade from 2002 to 2012 made the country the seventh largest economy in the world and the second biggest emerging market after China. Memories of the previous golden years from 1964 to 1980, when the economy had grown at an average of 10 percent, made many Brazilians believe that good times had returned. The old demons of hyperinflation, high interest rates and political turmoil had been vanquished. Under the leadership of President Lula da Silva, the country reconciled […]
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