Tag Archives: Brazil

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 Advertisements

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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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Are Mega-Trade Agreements a Threat to Brazil?

Brazilian economist, World Bank Senior Adviser and former Vice President Otaviano Canuto on the effect of global trade deals, TPP and TIPP on Brazil 

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Kickstarting the Brazilian Economy in a 2nd Dilma Administration

Come check out No Se Mancha co-founders Samuel George and Cornelius Fleischhaker as they present their new study Five Steps to Kickstart Brazil with a star panel  

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The Curious Case of Brazil’s Closed Economy

World Bank economists Otaviano Canuto, Cornelius Fleischhaker and Philip Schellekens on the origins and costs of Brazil’s closedness to international trade

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