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2 May 2014 By Martin Hutchinson

Populist calls for Dilma Rousseff’s predecessor to replace her in October’s presidential election reflect understandable nostalgia for the growth during his time in office. But rising commodity prices, not smart policies, made Brazil richer. Voters can’t count on those again.

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