Brazil: Tackling the ticking fiscal time bomb: Candidate plans

  • Investors are likely to have little patience with Brazil at a time of rising global risk
  • Yet the next leader will have to tackle not one but three looming fiscal challenges in 2019
  • If the next President does not signal a strong reform agenda up front, more market volatility is likely to ensue
  • Near-term fiscal erosion is likely to increase as the inevitable price of legislative horse-trading
  • We map the key fiscal proposals of core presidential candidates in this note, as well as Brazil’s short political timeline for reforms in the next government

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