Brazil’s Central Bank chief sees no significant impact of omicron on the economy yet

Roberto Campos Neto said that China, on the contrary, has adopted a strict policy to contain the new variant and that the biggest concern would be a supply disruption affecting the global economy.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The head of Brazil's Central Bank, Roberto Campos Neto, said Thursday, January 20, that the omicron variant of the coronavirus has not yet had a significant impact on the country's economy and is not expected to because . . .

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