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11 August 2017 By Martin Langfield

The state-controlled oil company has often resembled a character in one of Brazil’s more lurid telenovelas: blessed with great potential, but profligate and easily corrupted. Second-quarter results, though, tell a dull but encouraging tale of rehab under CEO Pedro Parente.

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