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Goldman Sachs’s Brazil Chairman Paulo Leme said developed nations face a “long and painful” deleveraging process that will weigh on global growth and provide room for Brazil to keep rates at record lows.

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Goldman Sachs’s Brazil Chairman Paulo Leme said developed nations face a “long and painful” deleveraging process that will weigh on global growth and provide room for Brazil to keep rates at record lows.
November 09, 2012
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