Brazil Default Rate at 30-Month High Raises Doubt on EconomyRaymond Colitt
Brazil’s consumer loan default rate rose to the highest in 30 months, reinforcing concerns that households struggling with debt could further dent Brazil’s credit-driven growth model.
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