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What's Portuguese for Volcker?

5 June 2008 By Martin Hutchinson

Real interest rates of around 7% have produced a sound Brazilian economy. Savings are double the US, the payments deficit is lower, growth is much faster and inflation is comparable. Brazil s post2002 experience offers monetary policy lessons to Ben Bernanke.

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