RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Getting out of recession, curbing inflation, and bringing down unemployment are some of Brazil's economic challenges in 2022 and reducing the current polarization ahead of the October presidential elections which impacts the rest of the challenges.
OUT OF THE RECESSION
According to the latest projections after the historic economic retraction caused by the pandemic in 2020, when Brazilian GDP contracted by 3.9%, Brazil will end 2021 with 4.5% growth. But this recovery was not sustainable, and the country entered a technical recession in September after two consecutive quarters of negative growth . . .