Instituto Fernand Braudel de Economia Mundial - Associado à FAAP

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Brazil's new capitalism

Leaving an economic model that dominated the country for almost 50 years.

Author: Juan de Onis | June 2000

Over the last decade, Brazil entered the first phase of a modern capitalist restructuring. Its economic transition has been gradual, but the country has avoided setbacks. For many observers, Brazil appears to finally be pulling out of two frustrating decades of economic stagnation and political instability.

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