Low growth saves Rousseff — for now

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  • João Augusto de Castro Neves

Resumo

President Rousseff has ample reason to refrain from explicitly acknowledging the current hydroelectric power crisis or changing the direction of her energy policies, says João Augusto de Castro Neves, who explains that as slow economic growth keeps demand for energy down, the risks to her reputation are minimal.

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Publicado

2013-04-15

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Politics