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13th Jan 2023 16:00Latin America, Weekly Monitor

  • The Brazilian economy likely shrank in Q4, despite further fiscal support and rapidly falling inflation.
  • Increased political and fiscal uncertainty and tight financial conditions put activity under renewed stress.
  • Business surveys are softening, signalling weakness in the key sectors during most of H1.

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