OECD likes to paint Brazilian economy in dark colors in contrast to Bolsonaro government

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Just in time for the opinion-forming process before the elections, the OECD decided to paint a negative picture of the Brazilian economy.

The Paris-based organization, which Brazil is supposed to join, expects just a modest 0.6% expansion for the current year.

In its OECD Economic Outlook report, the international organization also forecasts GDP growth of 1.2% for the Brazilian economy in 2023.

The OECD's forecasts for 2022 are more pessimistic than those of the Brazilian government and the financial market, which predict an expansion of 1.5% and 1.2% in . . .

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