As announced by the Minister of Planning and Budget, Simone Tebet, the Brazilian Government will end the multimillion-dollar fiscal deficit in its accounts from next year.
For this year, the Government's forecast is for a primary deficit of R$107.6 billion (US$ 20.6 billion). However, the Government is working with a new fiscal framework that should help to cancel the deficit in its accounts.
"Many believe the great challenge is leaving the fiscal deficit at zero. It is not because we will end the deficit already from the end of next year. This is a goal . . .
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