Letter to the Editor, by Eduardo Scuratovski De Gasperi
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In 2008 the world experienced an economic depression. Brazil, unlike most countries was able to survive this crisis. Today according to the IMF and the World Bank, Brazil has the 7th largest economy in the world.
This was caused by the period of growth in the last ten years. In 2012 the GDP was estimated to be around 2.4 trillion dollars (World Factbook). In the same time the economy grew around one percent (World Factbook). These are clear signs that the economy of Brazil is improving . . .