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Fixing Brazil
A very early look at the race to succeed President Michel Temer reveals a wide-open field of mostly familiar names.
With cooling demand at home, tapping international markets will be essential for Brazil's recovery, writes the country's foreign trade secretary.
Brasília should embrace a more realistic, involved—but still ambitious—role in a changing world.
Dilma Rousseff certainly didn’t help Brazil’s economy. But she wasn’t the main cause of its meltdown either.
As other industries falter, agribusiness could be the key to Brazil's recovery.
Rio's slums have returned to neglect, but there is still an opportunity for revival.


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