By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Along with his economic team and Congressional representatives, Brazil’s President Michel Temer announced on Thursday a set of ten measures that the government hopes will reverse the country’s worst recession in decades and generate jobs.
Some critics, however, say the measures are not enough and that the government timing is a diversion to the political turmoil spilling into the Temer administration.
"These measures are aimed at boosting the Brazilian economy, at a time when we seek the country's growth," President Temer said during the press conference.
Among . . .