Tag Archives: Economics

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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Pessimism about Brazil’s growth explained

 Cornelius Fleischhaker on why the Brazilian economy is like a shell fish

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The Sick Man of the Amazon – The Debate Over Brazil

The Brazilian economy, not so long ago the darling of emerging market enthusiasts, grew less than one percent last year. There are plenty of stories out there as to why; none of them is convincing.

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Three (not so simple) Steps for Curing the Venezuelan Economy

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Argentina Censored – But Does it Matter?

From No Se Mancha Staff Member and IMF Research Analyst Cornelius Fleischhaker

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As goes Eike Batista so goes Brazil?

Two Brazilians had a particularly bad year 2012. One is Eike Batista, Brazil’s richest man and the World’s 7th according to Forbes, the other is Brazil’s Minister of Finance Guido Mantega.

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