By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Finance minister of Brazil, Henrique Meirelles, says country’s economy is showing signs of recovery and that the worst recession the country has faced in its history is over.
Meirelles attributed the positive news to the measures adopted by the government’s economic team, which he says has brought confidence back to the country’s economy.
"All this is a message of confidence in the adjustment and the reforms we are making. It is a deep support for fundamental changes. All reforms will provide resources for Brazilian society. Growth of . . .