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20 Oct 2009 By Martin Hutchinson

At first glance, the country has a good case for its capital inflow tax. It s fighting hot money from sloppy global monetary policy. But the tax violates market axioms and hits foreigners, as does the new oil regime. President Lula may no longer deserve the benefit of the doubt.

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