Elizabeth Johnson

Managing Director, Brazil Research

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Brazil fiscal adjustment: Two steps forward, one step back

Overview

Despite the approval by the Lower House of the Congress of two bills limiting unemployment benefits and widows’ pensions, President Dilma Rousseff has little to celebrate. The Congress once again flexed its muscle, this time adding a costly amendment that raises social security pension payments for younger retirees to one of the bills. To make matters worse, recent developments in the Lava Jato (“Car Wash”) corruption scandal are threatening to pose even bigger problems for...

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