The building fury in Latin America's biggest nation promises turmoil in its upcoming election.
The GDP growth in Brazil registered a decline of 3.2 percent during the first nine months of the year, in comparison to the same period last year, according to the IBGE. Biggest retraction was seen in investment of capital goods followed by industry and services.
The PMDB, led by Brazilian Vice President Michel Temer, announced on Tuesday that it is formally breaking with President Dilma Rousseff’s administration and taking an “independent” stance in regard to her possible impeachment.
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