The dispute for the confidence of the national business community and the defense of the legacy of their respective governments have turned the economy into the new front of the campaigns of former President Lula da Silva (Workers' Party - PT) and President Jair Bolsonaro (Liberal Party - PL) in this final stretch.
After the PT gained ground by bringing together big names of the GDP on Tuesday, September 27, in São Paulo, the current holder of the Presidential Palace has escalated the Minister of Economy, Paulo Guedes, to the front line of the electoral process.
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