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Brazilian lessons

11 September 2009 By Martin Hutchinson

The country s quarterly growth and modest yearly GDP decline make it among the best performing big economies in the downturn. With high real interest rates and a small budget deficit, Brazil followed monetary and fiscal policies at odds with the global consensus. They worked.

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