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What’s Next for Brazil’s Economic Miracle?

Letter to the Editor, by Vikas Shah

Even the most untrained eye can see the astonishing transformation of the Brazilian economic, political and social landscape. This is a country which, in the lifetime of most of its residents, has exited a depression, fought cycles of boom and bust, survived a military dictatorship and grew from having a GDP of $15.1 billion in 1960 to almost $1.6 trillion today (making Brazil the world's seventh largest economy by purchasing power parity).

Celso Amorim (Foreign Minister of Brazil from 2003-2011) has been described (by the journal 'Foreign Policy') as . . .

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