The International Monetary Fund has increased the estimate of Brazil's GDP growth in 2022 to 2.8%.
According to the IMF assessment, our country's GDP growth is expected to exceed that of the US (1.6%), Germany (1.5%), France (2.5%), Japan (1.7%), and Chile (2.0%), among others.
Brazil's Minister of Economy, Paulo Guedes, informed that "private investments in Brazil already guarantee economic growth in the coming years".
Brazil will go to a presidential runoff next Sunday with good economic data.
Unemployment today stands at the lowest level since 2015, and inflation and poverty . . .
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