The Central Bank (BC) president, Roberto Campos Neto, said he will remain in command of the monetary authority until Dec. 2024, when his first mandate ends.
He said the Central Bank's autonomy would be tested by the government of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT, left).
He participated this Wednesday (Nov. 23) in the event of BlackRock Brazil, an investment management and financial services company, in São Paulo.
Campos Neto arrived this Wednesday morning (Nov. 23) from Mexico, where he participated in events with investors and IMF (International Monetary Fund) authorities.
According to him, the independence of . . .