By Bruno De Nicola, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO - Brazil's economy seems to be back on track, according to the latest report from the Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatistica (Brazilian Geography and Statistics Institute), the GDP increased by 1.9% against the last trimester, while a Manpower survey shows positive signs for Brazilian workers. According to the staffing and recruiting company, the South American country stands second in the employment expectation world ranking.
The recent peak gives hope and proves that Brazil is no longer in a condition of technical recession, which is officially declared when . . .