By Étore Sanchez - Valor
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil - (Opinion) With the anticipation of household, business and government consumption, there is no hope for a bright outlook for Brazil in the foreseeable future.
Currently, Brazil is heading toward the nightmare of many economists: high inflation with low growth (or recession). This is not exactly a process of economic stagnation, but rather a global shock that affects this country more than its peers.
This time, the crisis can not be addressed as a reverberation of an external shock, given that its source is still strong and growing within the country, the coronavirus . . .