There’s a silver lining in Brazil’s weak currency

Autores

  • João Augusto de Castro Neves

Resumo

Because there is a prospect that Brazil’s currency will stay weak for the foreseeable future, positive changes to energy and trade policies that were already underway are starting to speed up. For  instance, João Augusto de Castro Neves explains, on trade, a weaker real means that the government is already less willing to enact more protectionist measures.

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Publicado

2013-04-22

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Politics