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As Rousseff Impeachment Looms Could Her Successor Help Pharma In Brazil?

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Brazil is not an easy place to do business at the moment. Its economy is in deep recession, its political class is mired in a far-reaching corruption scandal and now it looks increasingly likely that President Dilma Rousseff will be impeached for fiddling the figures to make the fiscal deficit look better. "But from the very bottom, the only place to go is up," says Benny Spiewak, from the Brazilian law firm Zancaner Costa, Bastos and Spiewak. He thinks a new leader could do much for pharmaceutical R&D and restore relations with an embattled industry.


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