Once the darling of the emerging markets, Brazil’s economy has hit the buffers. In truth the promise and excitement that accompanied its meteoric growth over the past decade had been ebbing away since 2011, as steadily rising inflation, a weak currency, and sluggish demand for its mineral and agriculture commodities, ...
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