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Clara Ferreira Marques

With Bolsonaro Down and Not Out, Buckle Up

Brazil’s incumbent did better than anticipated in the Brazilian elections’ first round on Sunday, extending a vitriolic, even violent, presidential contest. It isn’t about to improve.

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Kwarteng: The UK Economy Hasn't Grown Fast Enough

UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Kwasi Kwarteng sought to reassure jangled nerves in his ruling Conservative party with a pledge to deliver on the government’s economic strategy just hours after making a humiliating U-turn on a plan to cut taxes for top earners. “No more distractions,” he told the Conservative party conference in Birmingham on Monday. “We have a plan and we need to get on with it.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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