Brazil visit

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Guido Mantega, Brazil’s finance minister, on a recent visit to the OECD headquarters.

Brazil is one of five non-member major emerging economies with which the 30-member OECD is strengthening its interaction as part of a new “enhanced engagement” programme, together with China, India, Indonesia and South Africa (see News brief, No 264/265, December 2007-January 2008, The OECD already has a strong working relationship with Brazil, including the publication of several reports: see©OECD Observer No 266, March 2008

Economic data

GDP growth: +0.2% Q4 2019
Consumer price inflation: 2.3% January 2020
Trade (G20): -0.1% exp, -1.3% imp, Q4 2019
Unemployment: 5.1% January 2020
Last update: 11 March 2020

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