By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – This past weekend Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff started her first official state visit to the United States and will visit New York, Washington and San Francisco. Rousseff and the Brazilian delegation accompanying her will explain to U.S. businessmen and officials the fiscal adjustments currently underway in world's seventh largest economy, and try to attract new foreign investments to Brazil.
“It will be a chance for the President to present to different sectors, (Brazil’s) fiscal adjustment plan and the importance of the return U.S. investments, especially during . . .