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Ticking time bomb

4 May 2020 By Anna Szymanski

Chicago-trained Paulo Guedes helped achieve needed pension reform and topped privatization goals. But Covid-19 torpedoed plans to shrink the state’s role in the economy, and presidential chaos has undermined his efforts. His agenda is mostly dead, so he’ll probably jump ship.

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