Economic Recovery will Require “a Little Patience,” Says Economy Minister

Guedes defened liberal policies against the "cognitive delay" that has led Brazil to stagnation over the past 30 years. He pled: "Wait four years, let's see if it gets a little better, give us a chance to work, too."

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Minister of Economy, Paulo Guedes, advocated economic deregulation policies and urged patience so that the reforms may begin to show results in the country's recovery.

"Give it a year or two, give it a government, give it a chance for a . . .

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