Investors have been excited about the prospects of Brazil’s future for as long as anyone can remember. Brazil is the emerging economy that keeps on emerging, the country of tomorrow and it always will be. Most observers would have preferred any candidate other than Dilma Rousseff to lead the world’s fourth largest economy, but the people of Brazil chose otherwise.
Her triumph came despite a sluggish economy, corruption allegations, discontent over the quality of public services and anger over the government’s handling of two major international sporting events – last summer’s World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics. Now, the world holds its collective breath and waits for tomorrow.
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