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Latin America | 19 June 2020 Brazil's BCB is Determined to do Everything Possible to Boost Growth
Policymakers in Brazil and Chile took another big step this week in assuring markets that they won't hesitate to act in the fight against the virus.

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19 June 2020 Brazil's BCB is Determined to do Everything Possible to Boost Growth

By Abadia Andres

Policymakers in Brazil and Chile took another big step this week in assuring markets that they won't hesitate to act in the fight against the virus.

Posted: 19th Jun 2020 in 'Latin America'

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