Brazil's Fraga trusts next govt to make right call

BRAZIL - Brazilian Central Bank President Arminio Fraga on Thursday moved to calm markets rattled by persistent concerns about this month's presidential election, saying he expects the next government to make the right economic policy decisions.

Fraga told a gathering of investors and reporters in New York City that because all of the presidential candidates have supported the economic outlines of a $30 billion bailout from the International Monetary Fund, he is convinced that Brazil "won't ju

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