Financial markets responded positively to Brazil’s presidential election on Sunday. But we’re still waiting for more concrete details of whether Lula’s pledges to raise spending can be met while also maintaining his commitment to fiscal responsibility. Elsewhere, the Chilean government’s new pension reform provides further evidence that the state is shifting in the direction of spending more on social welfare and having a greater role in the economy.
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