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Is it time to invest in Brazil? Franklin Templeton says ‘yes'

3 days ago   |   By FXCM

By Ana Carolina Siedschlag
Investing.com - Just like almost everybody else in the world, Brazil has been struggling to pace itself out of the pandemic. With rising numbers on daily deaths caused by Covid-19 and a public debt that skyrocketed during 2020, the biggest country in Latin America might not be the very first choice when it comes to international investors looking for safety.
But these trying times appear to be shedding light in some not-so-hidden opportunities. In a country with a 210 million population that lacks from roads to ports and it's experimenting on financial deepening...
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