Aug 21, 2017

Brazil Abandons Fiscal Targets Through 2020 - WSJ

Brazil abandoned its fiscal targets for this year and next, after a bribery scandal sapped President Michel Temer’s ability to push critical economic reforms through Congress and left the public sector with gaping budget hole.

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