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Brazil's public services get welcome boost from better debt management (arabe)

Confronted by a large debt burden at the end of the 1990s, Brazil teamed with the IBRD and other financial specialists to craft a new approach to debt management that has not only yielded billions of dollars in savings in debt service payments, it also set a new foundation for economic strength that helped insulate Brazil from the severity of the global financial crisis. The savings that resulted from the IBRD supported reforms are being used to broaden and increase the quality of public services across Brazil.


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    Brazil's public services get welcome boost from better debt management

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