By Jaylan Boyle, Senior Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO - Brazil has often been accused of being a country eternally on the rise, without ever reaching the level of economic and political performance that it is capable of. Recent events for the country, such as the football World Cup in 2014 and the Olympics of 2016 have many wondering speculating if Brazil's time has finally arrived.
Underlining the national atmosphere of confidence in Brazil's future, the government has recently announced the completion of a study which representatives say conservatively project the Brazilian economy into fifth place worldwide by the year . . .