The Brazilian economy will stage a modest recovery over the coming quarters, driven largely by a cyclical rebound in consumption. Investment will remain subdued in response to uncertainty over structural reforms and the upcoming general election.
Brazilian President Michel Temer is highly likely to survive the corruption scandal challenging his administration, following the dismissal of charges of illicit campaign financing. However, Temer will govern with diminished political capital that will lead to a weakening of his economic reforms.
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