Brazilian news agency Estado said that despite criticism from his Workers' Party (PT) of monetary policy decisions since 2003, Lula confirmed to his ministers and legislators on Tuesday that he will keep the banker Meirelles as head of Brazil's central bank.
'I was always fully conscious that I could not destabilize the eco
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