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Central Bank: Brazil should aid companies, not people

Today, we discuss the Central Bank chairman’s priorities for the economy. A massive hack that could have spread around many government agencies. And what’s new about the November 15 election.

Central Bank chairman wants government to aid companies, not people

During an event broadcast online, Central Bank Chairman Roberto Campos Neto argued that the Brazilian government should concentrate on supporting companies — and not individuals — when drafting new financial aid policies. Mr. Campos Neto cited a “considerable” recovery in the amount of hours worked in the country, which would drive income back up. “That leads us to believe that...

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