Arrested development

23 October 2013 By Christopher Swann

Most of the $80 bln BNDES lends every year goes to big firms like Vale or Petrobras, which could easily borrow from private sector lenders. The OECD thinks that’s bad policy. CORFO, Chile’s development bank, does a better job directing resources where they’re actually useful.

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