By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Much of Brazil’s deficit may be eliminated with swift, effective measures, according to Economy Minister Paulo Guedes. Among the measures the Brazilian government is promising to implement are a social security reform, oil concessions and privatizations of state-owned companies.
"More than half of the deficit we will eliminate with the pension reform. We have many concessions for oil. The other half of this, we will eliminate this year with oil concessions and a huge list of privatizations. So, in terms of money, we will clear the deficit this . . .