RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil is on sale in the world. At the start of the month, a menu consisting of a simple meal, half a liter of beer and a cappuccino cost less in Brazil than in Bolivia. Among the 102 countries for which there are data, it is possible to have lunch paying less than here in only 10 countries.
This country became a bargain because its currency lost value against most others. It is true that the Brazilian currency Real increased slightly throughout September, but the question remains: does it make sense?
At a first glance it . . .