Summary of Brazil

Country Report; September 2014


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Brazil summary
A close presidential race and a lackluster economy cloud Brazil’s prospects.


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The Economist Intelligence Unit’s report on Brazil is a well-informed and up-to-date look at what continues to be a fluid situation in the midst of a contentious electoral campaign. Indeed, at the time of writing, incumbent president Dilma Rousseff faced probusiness candidate Aécio Neves in a run-off election in late October 2014. The report lays out a compelling narrative on the challenges ahead for the nation, regardless of who will lead it. getAbstract commends this survey to executives, portfolio managers and country analysts, all of whom will find this study equally informative and actionable.

In this summary, you will learn

  • How Brazil’s economy is currently faring
  • What the longer-term outlook for the country portends


The Brazilian economy staggers along, as do Brazilian politics, entrenched in a coalition system of nearly 30 political parties that requires extensive horse trading in the service of expediency. That stasis will likely continue no matter who wins the October 2014 presidential election. The incumbent...
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