Beyond the Rio Olympics: Why Brazilians are competing for the future | IN 60 SECONDS

The Rio Olympics were supposed to be a “coming out party” for Brazil showcasing the economic and energy sector strength of the diverse South American power, but political scandal and a teetering economy have tempered those expectations. Just as the Olympic athletes expect a fair competition at the games, AEI Visiting Fellow Roger Noriega argues that the Brazilian people also deserve to compete fairly in the Brazilian economy.

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