RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Optimistic by nature, Brazilians are less confident about the future this time around. This is reflected in the expectation of economic recovery. According to an exclusive survey by market research firm Ipsos, 76% of Brazilians believe that the country will only economically overcome the effects of the pandemic in two or more years.
For 37%, the recovery in Brazil will occur between two and three years from now, while 39% of the population are even more pessimistic and believe that the recovery will occur in three years. As many as 28% points to a period of . . .
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