RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Although the country will not be the one to grow the most, it will be one of the few to show an acceleration compared to 2019, which makes this "story" more interesting, according to Claudio Irigoyen, Bank of America's chief economic officer for Latin America.
Irigoyen, a graduate of the University of Chicago - the same as Economy Minister Paulo Guedes - says he is concerned about the possibility of shocks hitting Brazil in 2020, hindering robust growth.
"If there is no growth, it will be difficult to explain that things are being done right".
He also . . .