The largest country in Latin America returned to growth and is no longer in a recession.
But the question is whether Brazil can have a sustained recovery in the long term.
CGTN’s Paulo Cabral reports from Sao Paulo.
- Maria Paula Carvalho is a journalist and author of the book “Brazil, A Reconstruction.”
- Roberta Braga is the assistant director of the Latin America Center, at the Atlantic Council.
- Otaviano Canuto is an executive director at the World Bank.
- Thiago de Aragao is the director of strategy at Arko Advice.
There's hope among analysts that Brazil’s long-suffering economy may be entering a prolonged burst of growth without overheating https://t.co/YzoRrY0FkJ
— Financial Times (@FinancialTimes) March 27, 2018
— Brazil Gov News (@BrazilGovNews) April 18, 2018