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Brazil Workers Party would use currency reserves for infrastructure

24 Jul 2018

SAO PAULO Brazil's leftist Workers Party would use part of the country's $380 billion in currency reserves to finance an infrastructure development fund if victorious in October presidential elections, a party official said in an interview.

Brazil presidential candidate Bolsonaro offers false hope, says rival's aide

12 Jul 2018

SAO PAULO, July 12 Brazil presidential candidate Geraldo Alckmin's top economic adviser criticized poll-leading, right-wing rival Jair Bolsonaro as offering false hope to the private sector, hiding statist views that would hamper the recovery from a deep recession.

Leftist presidential hopeful would end Brazil oil refining monopoly -adviser

13 Jun 2018

SAO PAULO The leading leftist candidate in Brazil's presidential race, Ciro Gomes, would end the refining monopoly of state oil company Petroleo Brasileiro SA, a senior Gomes adviser told Reuters.

Brazil elections unlikely to derail M&A recovery, regulator says

16 Jan 2018

SAO PAULO, Jan 16 Uncertainty surrounding Brazil's presidential elections will not derail a recovery of mergers and acquisitions as Latin America's largest economy shifts into higher gear, an antitrust official told Reuters in an interview.

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