Brazil's gov't to keep inflation in check-Rousseff
BRASILIA Feb 27 (Reuters) - Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff said on Wednesday her government will keep inflation under control as part of its continued commitment to the main pillars of the country's financial stability strategy.
The world economy should improve this year and help Brazil grow, Rousseff said at a meeting of government officials and some of the country's top business leaders in Brasilia.
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