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Luiz Guilherme Gerbelli

Brazil faces lost generation of young workers after recession

Aug 01 2017

SAO PAULO When Ana Carolina Gomes da Silva became the first in her family to earn a college diploma and followed up with a master's degree in pediatric medicine, finding a good job seemed like just a matter of time.

New Brazil scandal shatters hopes of stronger rebound: economists

Jun 12 2017

SAO PAULO Brazil's political crisis will probably curb a long-awaited economic rebound after doubts over major fiscal reforms weakened the currency and led the central bank to signal a slower pace of interest rate cuts, economists said.

Bumper soy harvest likely pulled Brazil out of recession in Q1 -economists

Apr 05 2017

SAO PAULO, April 5 Brazil's economy probably came out of recession in the first quarter almost exclusively thanks to a record soy harvest, economists said on Wednesday, forecasting a broader recovery to start later in the year.

Brazilian states must do more to avoid fiscal crisis - economist

Nov 30 2016

SAO PAULO Efforts by Brazilian states to renegotiate debt with the federal government and sell off stakes in public companies may prove too little, too late to prevent their public pension woes sparking Brazil's next fiscal crisis, a senior economist told Reuters.

Brazilian states must do more to avoid fiscal crisis -economist

Nov 30 2016

SAO PAULO, Nov 30 Efforts by Brazilian states to renegotiate debt with the federal government and sell off stakes in public companies may prove too little, too late to prevent their public pension woes sparking Brazil's next fiscal crisis, a senior economist told Reuters.

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