Brazil’s GDP drops 0.1% in the third quarter; how will 2022 be?

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– Brazil’s GDP fell by 0.1% in the third quarter; number confirms the technical recession in the country

*) Brazil’s gross domestic product (GDP) fell 0.1% in the third quarter, compared to the previous three months.

The result was released Thursday (2) by the IBGE and fell below the midpoint of market projections, which expected stability. The number also frustrated the expectations of the Ministry of the Economy, which had risen by 0.4%.

The IBGE also points out that GDP is at levels at the end of 2019 and is 3.4% below the highest point of the country’s economic activity, reached in the first quarter of 2014.

This episode of the 15 Minutes podcast features Gazeta do Povo’s editor-in-chief, Fernando Jasper. He analyzes the GDP result for the third quarter and talks about what can be expected for the gross domestic product for this year and for 2022.

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The 15-minute podcast is a space to discuss important topics, always with the analysis and participation of the Gazeta do Povo team of journalists. From Monday to Friday, in a light and dynamic way, with a duration that adapts to the hustle and bustle of your day. The presentation is by journalist Márcio Miranda.

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Factsheet: ’15 minutes’, Gazeta do Povo news podcast # Presentation and script: Márcio Miranda; content director: Rodrigo Fernandes; production team: Maria Eduarda Scroccaro editing: Leonardo Bechtloff; distribution strategy: Marcus Ayres.

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