RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - With the end of the demographic dividend in Brazil, the only means of generating economic growth will be through productivity gains, said Silvia Matos, a researcher at the Getulio Vargas Foundation's (Ibre/FGV) Brazilian Institute of Economics, on Monday, December 14th, while taking part in the online seminar "Productivity and Reforms", organized by the institution in partnership with O Estado de S. Paulo newspaper.
"In a country with a young population, we achieve greater growth, because there are many people working", said Silvia.
Economic growth with a large proportion of young people in the general . . .