Grace Fan

Director, Brazil/Latin America Research

Elizabeth Johnson

Managing Director, Brazil Research

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Brazil: The race to jump-start growth

Overview

President Michel Temer won a significant victory this week when more than 70 per cent of the Lower House voted in favour of his first structural fiscal reform: a constitutional amendment to cap over the next two decades roughly half of current federal primary spending to no more than the rate of inflation. Although a second Lower House floor vote is needed to send the amendment to the Senate, the wide margin of the vote indicates that the President has placated his fractious allies,...

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