Facing Record Deficit in Public Accounts, Brazil Stumbles in Search of Plan for 2021

According to some economists, the measures hitherto adopted by the government to mitigate the damage are only a blanket covering the problem.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The crisis triggered by the Coronavirus pandemic has forced most countries to increase spending given the urgency demanded by the health and economic areas.

In Brazil it was no different: over R$600 billion (US$110 billion) have already been allocated to tackle the health crisis, including emergency aid funds . . .

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