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Latin America | 15 Apr 2020 Brazil's Economy will Rebound in Q3, but Bad Virus Policy is a Risk
The hard economic data in Brazil were relatively solid while we were off last week, supporting our view that the economy was experiencing a good spell at the start of the year just before the coronavirus hit.

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15 Apr 2020 Brazil's Economy will Rebound in Q3, but Bad Virus Policy is a Risk

By Abadia Andres

The hard economic data in Brazil were relatively solid while we were off last week, supporting our view that the economy was experiencing a good spell at the start of the year just before the coronavirus hit.

Posted: 15th Apr 2020 in 'Latin America'

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