RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "Our government is center-right, so we are liberal on the economy and conservative on customs. For the liberals to continue to support us to re-elect the President, we need reforms. They want to see administrative forms, they want to see privatizations advance," Guedes said.
According to the Minister, although this has always been one of the government's economic agenda priorities, the plan has often been interrupted because of other events, such as the coronavirus pandemic and other issues like the judicial debt imbroglio (government debts recognized by the courts) where the government seeks . . .