Dilma Rousseff and Aécio Neves disagree on the main problems of Brazil’s economy. President Dilma Rousseff, running for a second term, believes that the main problem is that the economic fragility of the rich countries undermined the growth of Brazil, taking it into recession. She has said that the government doesn’t need to promote a “deep” fiscal adjustment and believes that the country is ready for a new phase of development. In contrast, Aécio Neves sees the country condemned to mediocre growth, high inflation and it is on the brink of a fiscal crisis, unable to move forward and improve economic and social indicators in the medium term, if nothing is done immediately. He suggests a gradual adjustment of public accounts in the next two to three years, to recover the state’s ability to produce a primary surplus of 3% of the GDP.
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