Opinion: Is Brazil doomed to economic failure in the post-pandemic?

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. But after the pandemic, are the prospects for Brazil positive?

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 . . .

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