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Podcast: Michel Temer’s Uphill Fight

Reading Time: < 1 minuteHow Brazil’s ongoing political crisis could hinder Temer’s plans for the economy.
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Far from over, Brazil’s political crisis will continue to dog Michel Temer, who was installed as Brazil’s interim president on Thursday following the suspension of Dilma Rousseff. “Popularity, it’s a very rare asset these days, not only in Brazil but also in Latin America,” analyst João Augusto de Castro Neves of the risk consultancy Eurasia Group tells AQ‘s editor-in-chief Brian Winter in a podcast that assesses the challenges to Temer’s economic plans and the ongoing political risks from the Lava Jato corruption probe.

Listen to the full interview above, or subscribe to the This Week in Brazil podcast through iTunes or Stitcher and never miss an episode.

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