Policy Priorities for Brazil Leader Include Debt, Pension, Politics

Labor and tax reforms needed to unlock investment in economy

Brazil: New Leader, Same Challenges?

A political maelstrom is threatening to unseat President Dilma Rousseff. Waiting in the wings is her vice president, Michel Temer, who’s set to take over during her likely impeachment trial in the Senate. His task would be formidable: cobble together a majority of lawmakers to enact reforms that not only bring about recovery of an economy mired in recession, but also lay the foundation for sustainable growth.

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