RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The coronavirus pandemic is compounding Brazil's already complex economic scenario: after years of low growth, combined with political and social unrest, the country has also become a target of great distrust in the environmental area.
According to Alberto Ramos, head of Goldman Sachs' Latin American economic research, there are a number of factors that keep investors away from Brazil. "There is a certain disillusionment," Ramos said during a series of live interviews.
Excerpts from the interview are below:
What is Brazil's image in the eyes of international investors today?
Brazil's image . . .