Is Bolivia’s catch-up growth here to stay?

Daniel Lemaitre on the practicality of Evo Morales’ economic vision 

So, what percent growth will Bolivia average the next few years?

So, what percent growth will Bolivia average the next few years?

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Brazilection 2014: Postgame analysis: double down Brazil-style

No Se Mancha’s Brazil election specialist  João Schlüter concludes his election coverage by analyzing the narrow victory of Dilma Rousseff over Aécio Neves.  

In the end Brazilians felt the didn't need that much change after all.

Maybe a better title: Why Brazilians disagree with The Economist

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In the FT: Five Steps to Kick-start Brazil

No Se Mancha’s Cornelius Fleischhaker and Samuel George’s joint editorial Five Steps to Kick-start Brazil in the Financial Times beyondbrics blog.  

You brought me fame and fortune and everything that goes with it. I thank you all

You brought me fame and fortune and everything that goes with it. I thank you all

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Brazilection 2014: October Surprises?

João Schlüter with the very latest from the Brazilian presidential election which will take place on Sunday, October 26. 

It's been a tough campaign for all of us

It’s been a tough campaign for all of us

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Brazilection 2014: Latest polls: A final momentum shift?

João Schlüter with a polling update and his call for the Brazilian presidential election. Share your views in No Se Mancha’s internal poll below. 

Dilma or Aécio, who will have the last laugh?

Dilma or Aécio, who will have the last laugh?

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FAVELA GAY

Marcos Moura and Ana Murgel on a new film coming out of Brazil

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Brazilection 2014: Don’t faint! This campaign is close and dirty

João Schlüter on the Brazilian presidential campaign as it hits the final stretch. 

Dilma almost fainted after a recent debate (she recovered quickly)

Dilma almost fainted after a recent debate (she recovered quickly)

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