Brazil Acting President Hailed by Many But Hands May Be TiedBy and
Michel Temer, who was Rousseff’s vice president, now in charge
He is market-focused but has limited belt-tightening options
To many investors, he seems to be riding in on a white steed, a seasoned insider who will turn around an economy of epic failure and enormous potential.
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