Guedes: Bolsonaro once endorsed 98% of the liberal agenda, now he’s supporting 65%

The head of the economic team gives a straightforward assessment of his two-and-a-half-year relationship with President Jair Bolsonaro: the two trust each other and continue to work for important structural reforms, but the president's support for the pro-market agenda has waned.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Economy Minister Paulo Guedes said that tax and administrative reforms will be passed this year, as well as bills enabling the progress of more privatizations.

The head of the economic team gives a straightforward assessment of his two-and-a-half-year relationship with President Jair Bolsonaro: the two trust each other and continue to work for important structural reforms, but the president's support for the pro-market agenda has waned.

Economy Minister Paulo Guedes told Bloomberg News on Thursday that proposals to reform the country's tax system and reduce civil service spending will . . .

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