RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's government on Tuesday outlined a long-term roadmap for the economy, based on three scenarios of economic and fiscal reforms that could lift gross domestic product per capita by as much as 37 percent over the next decade.
According to the “Federal Development Strategy” in the Federal Gazette, that is the upper end of the scale resulting from a series of “transformative” reforms and educational advances over 2021-2031 that would deliver average annual GDP growth of 3.5 percent.
This would lift Brazil's GDP per capita in U.S. dollars above that . . .