After two straight years of recession, things are looking up in Brazil. By mid-January, the country's inflation rate had fallen to just below 6 percent, its lowest level since March 2014. And investor confidence is on the rise, too. The Brazilian economy may even start growing again this year -- so long as its domestic political affairs don't get in the way....
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