Price stabilisation and microeconomic reforms in Brazil
Changes in the structure of the Brazilian economy have been centred on three basic pillars: price stabilisation, fiscal reform and microeconomic reforms. The main thesis of this paper is that the reforms made the economy more resilient to external shocks, but that more changes are required especially with respect to Federal-State relations and competition policy.
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