GARP: In Brazil, a Domestic Election Under Global Pressures
Written by Atul Vashistha
Latin America’s distance from the Russia-Ukraine war blunts some of the economic spillovers buffeting those closer to the conflict.
But for Brazil, with the approach of national elections in October, there is no escaping the effects of rising energy and commodity prices, supply chain disruptions and associated geopolitical uncertainties.
For this article by Dawn Kissi, Atul Vashistha, Chairman & CEO of Supply Wisdom, stresses why the war and attendant rising energy costs could have a significant impact on Brazil’s economy.