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Opinion: Under Bolsonaro, Brazil rises six positions in economic freedom, but forecast under Lula is negative

By Bruna Komarchesqui*

(Opinion) Brazil rose six positions in the Heritage Foundation Index of Economic Freedom during the last year of the Paulo Guedes administration.

Analysts heard by Gazeta do Povo point out that, with the measures adopted by the PT at the beginning of this government, the prognosis for the coming years is not good.

In this study edition, the country went from 133rd to 127th, in a ranking with 176 nations, maintaining a stable score over the last four years.

Despite the improvement, Brazil is still closer to countries considered repressive, such as China (154th), and the bottom . . .

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