Two years into the deepest recession in its history, Brazil opens a new chapter with the new administration of president Michel Temer, who has promised to revamp growth with a friendlier business environment and much needed structural reforms. But is the optimism that has taken over markets well-deserved? Join us on for a new edition of our Brazil Chat Series with a discussion on the perspectives for the Brazilian economy and the political openness to reforms after the impeachment of former president Dilma Rousseff.
The Brazil Chat Series brings high-level voices directly from Brazil to give us real-time analysis of breaking political and economic issues affecting the country.
Itaú-Unibanco (Brazil’s largest private bank)
Nonresident Senior Brazil Fellow
Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center, Atlantic Council
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