Category Archives: Brazil

Has the global trade-development link peaked?

Dr. Otaviano Canuto is an Executive Director at the International Monetary Fund Advertisements

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House of Cunha Episode 1: The Veep’s letter

No Se Mancha’s Brazilian political insider João Schlüter is back in a multi-part series to discuss the impeachment proceedings against Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff 

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How Commodity-Dependent Are Latin American Economies?

By Otaviano Canuto

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Things fall apart?

2015 could be the year that breaks Brazil, but it could also be the year the country rebounds argues João Schlüter No Se Mancha’s Brazil insider

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Playing with fire: How political paralysis could derail Brazil’s fiscal adjustment

By Pablo Gonzalez, a Senior Analyst on Brazil at Frontier Strategy Group

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BRICS Apart as Oil Prices Plunge

By World Bank Senior Advisor Otaviano Canuto 

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The Brazilian Economy in a Second Dilma Administration

Video: What’s Next for Brazil?

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