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Latin America | 05 October. 2016 Weakness in Brazil Industrial Production will be Temporary
The outlook for Brazil's industrial economy is better than at any time since before the crisis. But data released this week highlighted that the recovery will be slow and bumpy.

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05 October. 2016 Weakness in Brazil Industrial Production will be Temporary

By Andres Abadia

The outlook for Brazil's industrial economy is better than at any time since before the crisis. But data released this week highlighted that the recovery will be slow and bumpy.

Posted: 4th Oct 2016 in 'Latin America'

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