The Brazilian economy in an adverse international environment

Autores

  • Claudio Accioli

Resumo

Participants in the 2012 Brazilian Economic Outlook Seminar, held in November by the Brazilian Institute of Economics (IBRE), are betting that Brazil will sustain growth at least equal to that for 2011. Claudio Accioli reports contrasting government, market, and IBRE scenarios, but notes that the consensus among seminar participants was that there is a need to rebalance consumption and investment.

-Flirting with inflation (José Marcio Camargo)
-Growing without inflation (Mailson da Nóbrega)
-Construction in the driver’s seat (João Carlos Ferraz)
-Brazil is better off than the world (Antonio Delfim Netto)
-Industry concerns (Marcílio Marques Moreira)
-Less consumption, more investment (Arminio Fraga)
-2012 outlook: market versus government

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Publicado

2011-05-16

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Cover Story (2012 Outlook)