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Latin America | 26 June 2019 COPOM is Ready to Cut Rates, but Only if Politicians Don't Mess Up
Politics in Brazil has been busy in recent days, with local media reporting several items of interest.

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26 June 2019 COPOM is Ready to Cut Rates, but Only if Politicians Don't Mess Up

By Andres Abadia

Politics in Brazil has been busy in recent days, with local media reporting several items of interest.

Posted: 26th Jun 2019 in 'Latin America'

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