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Brazilian president Michel Temer scored a win on a plan to freeze public spending https://t.co/CXiEu5pTXk via @markets— Katia Porzecanski (@KatiaPorzo) November 30, 2016
Brazilian president Michel Temer scored a win on a plan to freeze public spending https://t.co/CXiEu5pTXk via @markets
Looks like a plan to put Brazil in a hole in order for US "investment" to save it.
No plan, just chaos. libertarians taken over the asylum Matt ;)
Tom is right, but not just for US "investment" to "save" Brazil though: native neoliberal banksters put right into the constitution their factually existing mandate to exclusively plan the country's economy for their benefit through the central bank. The government has always belonged to them since the neoliberal assault in the 80s.I'd love to read Michael Hudson on this disgusting development.
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