Brazil Gets Pat on Back from U. S.

    
Brazil Gets Pat on Back from U. S.

    We have seen an agenda designed to fight poverty and increase
    economic growth and stability. The
    new economic plan is rightly
    ambitious in its specific aims to end hunger, combat corruption,

    and discourage drug trafficking. Lula’s agenda is a model in
    its aggressive focus on pursuing
    pro-growth reforms.

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