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Brazil’s financial markets will calm down following Monday’s declines as the country’s new government engages in dialog to promote growth, President Dilma Rousseff said after winning re-election, Bloomberg said. “The correct way to do things is to open up dialog,” Rousseff told Jornal da Record in her first televised interview since her Oct. 26 victory.

 

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