Economy Minister Paulo Guedes said that critics of Jair Bolsonaro's government claim that there will be a cursed legacy next year. In his opinion, these people sabotage the country and avoid looking at the economic facts.
At an event on Monday (18), Guedes defended the current leadership: "It leaves the country with 800 billion in [contracted] investments, the independent central bank, new regulatory frameworks in all investment sectors, and more."
"People don't respect the facts anymore: the external balance is fine, public budgets are balanced, inflation is going down, the growth correction is up."
Guedes said the country . . .