The Potential Impact of Coronavirus on the Brazilian Economy

That 2020 will not be at all easy, now seems like a sentence from the past. From now on, it is up to countries to prevent and slow down worse situations.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Uber drivers raise distressing questions: "Do you see what's going on in Italy? What do you think is going to happen here?"

Yes, while some are asking about the dollar rate, others are asking about things like this. Anyone who has been following the situation and has not stuck to the "it's just another flu" tale, must have already given it some thought.

The experience of living in a deserted city, under curfew or even under permanent ban, may be somewhat distant for most people, but there are some parallels.

In the disastrous month . . .

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