- alexmackel commented Aug 28, 2013
The Brazilian Central Bank rose again the basic interest rate of the economy, the so-called Selic rate. By unanimous decision, the directors comprising the Monetary Policy Committee decided to raise 0.5 percent rate, which will now be 9% per year. ...
- alexmackel commented May 3, 2012
In fact, Brazil would fall much less. The brazilian economy counts with food, clean energy, a strong domestic market and is not so dependent of the rest of the world.
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