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When politics don’t interfere in the economy

By Ingo Plöger, President, Strategic Council of CEAL Political turmoil normally has a great influence on economic developments. Latin America has a long tradition that when political disruption occurs, short-term indicators blow up. In the case of Brazil, we see every day in the news a new political issue that would make any entrepreneur take a deep breath before starting a business in a normal way. In the past months, the political transformation in Brazil is affecting the Presidency and putting the country on alert as to whether or not they will stay with the vice president in office for […]
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