IMF praises Brazil's economy

The central bank of Brazil has said that the country amply met the targets agreed with the International Monetary Fund. The primary surplus in the first three quarters of 2003 reached just over 20 billion US dollars compared to the agreed IMF objective of 19 billion US dollars, the Bank said.

Source: Merco Press

Brazil has amply achieved in the last quarter, the targets agreed in the current accord with the International Monetary Fund, IMF, said the Brazilian Central Bank.

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