Brazil Gets a Dose of Free-Market Remedies
Dilma Rousseff—conservative? For those who know the story of Brazil’s president, that label seems impossible. Rousseff is a former guerrilla and political activist whose sympathies are clearly on the left. Yet she’s so determined to get Brazil’s economy growing again that she’s abandoned her Workers’ Party line to open the country’s crumbling infrastructure to private management. She’s also adopted an industry-backed agenda to cut costs for business.
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