In his report on Latin America published on this Tuesday (4) International Monetary Fund (IMF) it reiterated that Brazil is growing too much and it suggested to the country to cut public expenses to contain the demand. Already the Institute of Applied Economical Researches (IPEA in portuguese), presided by economist Márcio Polchmann, it says the opposite, in other words, that the Brazilian State spends little, especially in health. Who is with the reason?
1 - IMF is the bank that helped to diffuse the Consensus of Washington, whose result was the current global crisis in that we see bankers ask billion the State and they receive millionaire prizes because they failed their banks.
2 - IPEA is the institution that has been helping Brazil to remove millions of people of the poverty and that it alerted the Brazilians for the dangers of the American financial gambling.
I am with IPEA. And you?
For me Brazil has to put the foot in the accelerator and to occupy the space left by "los gringos".
have just read in the Internet the following:
"With the weight of being heard all over the world and of having the power to influence the flow of the market of capitals, IMF it draws a scenery that seems reckless. Rising done by the iG, however, it verified that, from the blowout of the crisis, in September of 2008, the bottom missed all of the projections that it did about the Brazilian economy. Analysis done starting from the report World Economic Outlook (WEO) - published twice a year and revised, at least, other twice-, it shows that IMF wandered in the projections for GDP, inflation, checking account and international reservations of Brazil."
Who said that IMF wants to "get right" the Brazilian economy or to "improve" the situation of Brazil? The one that "los gringos" that control IMF want is to brake the Brazilian locomotive - in vulgar language, to give a trip in the contestant before he jumps in front of the USA and have condition of expanding his economical and military power.