"Our evaluation of the scenario is that there is no risk (that) Brazil will not meet its fiscal targets or any other targets for 2004," Meirelles told reporters in New York.
J.P. Morgan last week cut its recommendation on Brazil's bonds to "marketweight" from "overweight", citing doubts about the country's
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