By William Jones, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Research by the Brazilian Central Bank disclosed to the market on Monday showed an inflation expectation of just over six percent in 2014. President Dilma Rousseff responded to the figure by claiming that she and her government are striving daily to try and contain the country's high inflation rate.
The Brazilian government’s current inflation target stands at 4.5 percent, however, in the past two years the figure has hovered above the . . .