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Pull the other one

3 April 2014 By Martin Hutchinson

In contrast to the U.S., Japan and the EU, Brazil’s money is tight with short-term interest rates now up to 11 pct. The problem is that budget leakage is causing price surges. Rates could usefully come down, but Brasilia needs a dose of German-style fiscal discipline first.

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