Global Assumptions

April 2010
Brazil Tourism Report;Q2 2010, p29
Industry Profile
The article provides an overview on the economic performance of Brazil. It predicts the economy is expected to recover from the global economic downturn in 2010. It also notes that growth is expected to be at 2.5% during the said period. It suggests that the country's output is rebounding quickly and inflationary pressures are more acute in emerging states.


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