Brazil should end the year with a primary surplus equivalent to 0.4% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). It is the first positive result since 2013.
According to the interviewee of the program "A Voz do Brasil" this Wednesday (28), the executive secretary of the Ministry of Economy, Marcelo Guaranys, the performance is the result of two strategies: improvement in public spending . . .
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