Brazil Can Avoid Cut by Changing Fiscal Policy, S&P’s Nunes SaysBlake Schmidt
Brazil can avoid a credit-rating cut from Standard & Poor’s by creating a fiscal policy that would control debt levels and draw private investment, according to Regina Nunes, the ratings company’s local chief.
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