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Brazil’s BNDES: new leader, old problems

The newly-appointed head of the Brazilian development bank, BNDES, takes charge today and is likely to be under pressure to increase lending. But the experience from the 2000s suggests that credit provided by BNDES will do little to alleviate the economy’s productivity problem.

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