Government supports Brazil cb autonomy

A vote in Brazil's parliament cleared the way for a move towards autonomy for the central bank after overwhelming support from legislators. The lower house of congress voted by 442 to 13 for a constitutional amendment to the central bank law.

Source: Financial Times

Brazil's government has won overwhelming support from legislators for a proposal designed to pave the way for central bank autonomy.

A lower house vote late on Wednesday night was the first big test for President Luiz Inacio Lula da

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