Brazil economy facing "mini-crisis" -Mantega
SAO PAULO Aug 26 (Reuters) - Brazil's economy is facing a "mini-crisis," Finance Minister Guido Mantega said on Monday.
Speaking at a meeting of business leaders in Sao Paulo, Mantega added that despite the challenges of recent currency volatility and weaker economic growth both domestically and abroad, Brazil's economy remains "solid."
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