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Latin America | 10 July 2020 Brazil's Retail Activity Improved in May, but the Overall Picture is Grim
This week real data in Brazil supported the idea that the worst of the recession is likely over, but a V-shaped rebound is not in the cards.

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10 July 2020 Brazil's Retail Activity Improved in May, but the Overall Picture is Grim

By Andres Abadia

This week real data in Brazil supported the idea that the worst of the recession is likely over, but a V-shaped rebound is not in the cards.

Posted: 10th Jul 2020 in 'Latin America'

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