Elizabeth Johnson

Managing Director, Brazil Research

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Brazil: Why the 2016 budget is the canary in the coal mine

Overview

Brazil’s fiscal and political crises continued to escalate this week following the release of the 2016 draft budget. In a move that left many in Brasilia (and beyond) scratching their heads, the Dilma administration decided to send the budget to the Congress with an estimated R$30.5 billion (US$8 billion) deficit. Dilma and her core circle of advisers made this decision without the blessing of Finance Minister Joaquim Levy or Vice President Michel Temer. True to form, Dilma made a...

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