Brazil: Nothing Is as Simple as It Seems

For many in Brazil, the appointment of Sérgio Moro to the Ministry of Justice was a great move – particularly from a political standpoint. The judicial class, however, seems to be more critical. As ever, reality is likely to be found somewhere in between.

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Zeina Latif is chief economist at XP Investments. She holds master and doctorate degrees in Economics at University of Sao Paulo (USP).

Previously she worked at Royal Bank of Scotland as senior economist for Latin America, and ING, ABN Amro and HSBC Asset as chief economist for Brazil.

She is columnist at the newspaper Estado de São Paulo and she is counselor at the Social and Economic Development Council of the Republic Presidency.

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