Currency Forecast

August 2010
Brazil Tourism Report;Q3 2010, p28
Industry Profile
The article offers outlook for the monetary conditions in Brazil. Among its highlights include gradual tightening of monetary conditions and the presidential candidacy of José Serra from opposition Partido da Social Democracia Brasileira (PSDB). It is speculated that investment of commodity production capacity will be increased.


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