Brazil's Levy Says His Future Not Issue Amid Austerity MovesBy
Questions linger about Rousseff's commitment to tough measures
Levy expects signs of growth 2016, doesn't rule out tax hikes
Brazil’s Joaquim Levy said resigning his position as finance minister was never discussed, amid doubts about whether President Dilma Rousseff will stick to austerity measures Levy advocates to avoid a sovereign credit rating downgrade.
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