Brazil elections 2022: Lula da Silva would not appoint a super minister for Brazil’s economy

The former president has criticized Brazil's spending cap rule, which limits public spending growth and is appreciated by investors.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Investors eager to know who will oversee Brazilian economic policy in a potential Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva term will have to wait. Still, according to one of his key allies, they should not expect the appointment of an all-powerful minister.

Lula, who is leading the polls ahead of the October elections, is being advised by a large group of economists, including several former . . .

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