IMF Says Brazil Economy to Shrink 3% in 2015 on Political CrisisBy
Fund expects deeper recession in 2015 than economists predict
Latin America’s biggest economy to drag down entire region
The International Monetary Fund forecasts Brazil’s economy this year will contract more than expected by economists as President Dilma Rousseff’s administration is engulfed by the deepest political crisis in more than two decades.
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