Brazil’s Economy Recovering From Its’ Worst Recession

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Brazil’s economy has emerged from its worst recession on record. The fastest growth rate in nearly four years was announced by the national statistics agency IBGE, with GDP growing 1.0 percent in the first quarter. But Latin America’s largest economy is not out of the woods yet. It had previously suffered eight consecutive quarters of contraction.…


 


 


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