At the end of May, Brazil was hit with a new political crisis that threatens to disrupt its economic recovery and push the market back into recession in 2017.
While President Michel Temer was only weeks away from passing key reform measures that were forecasted to boost business confidence and drive new investment, his legislative agenda is now likely to be delayed, if not cancelled. This is a critical threat for the economy; the longer pension reform is delayed, the deeper the negative effects on the economy.
While FSG continues to forecast positive growth for this year and the next, multinational companies should review their contingency plans for the Brazilian market and closely track key signposts that will signal which direction the political crisis is heading.
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- What is the current state of Brazil’s political and economic environment
- Which scenarios are most likely to unfold and how will they impact the current leadership
- Understand how companies can mitigate risk and capitalize on new opportunities under new market conditions
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