Building A Better Bourse

Shareholder-friendly rules may persuade Brazilians to invest

Business should be booming on the Sao Paulo stock exchange. Brazil's economy is recovering nicely from last year's devaluation-induced malaise. And inflation and interest rates continue to fall. That's the sort of virtuous cycle that should have Brazilian companies beating a path to the stock market so they can raise money to expand.

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