A less favourable external environment, combined with a weak domestic business environment, will constrain Brazilian growth in the coming quarters. Moreover, we believe that President Dilma Rousseff will be unable to make the substantial reforms necessary to boost productivity and investment in a second term, underpinning our subdued multi-year growth outlook.
Investment into healthcare will remain one of the Brazilian government's tools to head off significant social instability and help bolster support for President Dilma Rousseff's October re-election bid. With USD1,024 per capita annual healthcare spending, the Brazilian healthcare sector has surpassed many developing countries in terms of healthcare standards and service coverage.
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