“Depois de um longo dia achando que ia perecer,
foi naquele banho que ela pôde perceber
quanta sujeira ela carregava.
E ao se despir, viu o quanto pesada estava.
Ao deixar cair a água pelo seu corpo,
rezou que a mesma levasse consigo as suas incertezas.
Que o sabão tirasse todo seu medo.
E que seu shampoo trouxesse à cabeça clareza.
Na tentativa de secar de vez as suas lágrimas,
pouco a pouco se enxugava, analisando centímetro por centímetro
aquele corpo que tão forçosamente a sustentava.
Com suas roupas, também tentou vestir um pouco de coragem.
O mundo atual não permitia mais banhos demorados.
Junto as roupas, inevitavelmente ela carrega sua bagagem.
The new pact is expected to ease trade barriers, strengthen regulation and crack down on corruption.
The United States and Brazil have reached an agreement on a limited trade deal that will facilitate commerce between the countries, strengthen regulatory practices and crack down on corruption, officials from the two countries announced Monday.
The pact, the latest in a series of “mini” trade deals inked by the Trump administration, follows seven months of negotiations between the United States and Brazil, and comes as President Trump is eager to rack up trade wins ahead of the Nov. 3 election. But it’s unclear how much the new deal will boost trade between the countries, given its limited scope.
Speaking from an event hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Monday, President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil said the deal would open “a new chapter” in the relationship between the two countries. He said that Brazilian and U.S. officials had completed negotiations “in record time” on a package that would “slash red tape and bring about even more growth to our bilateral trade.”
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Brazil is at an “inflection point” where less public spending rather than more will deliver stronger economic growth, central bank president Roberto Campos Neto said on Monday, warning that fiscal concerns are harming financial conditions and investment.
Economy Minister Paulo Guedes also said on Monday that “transitory” spending must not morph into “inexcusable” permanent spending in coming years, adding that the economy is likely to shrink by a smaller-than-expected 4% this year.
In an online event hosted by the Milken Institute, Campos Neto said Brazil is being penalized by financial markets for the uncertain fiscal outlook following unprecedented spending this year to cushion the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We are at an inflection point right now that if we spend more money, the cost in credibility coming from the fiscal side is far bigger than the benefit of the spending itself,” Campos Neto said.
“The idea of a basic income was, for decades, something of a policy fantasy. But the last few years have seen it become less outlandish, to the point where we now have many limited basic income programs up and running around the world — perhaps a dry run for a broader embrace of the policy in the coming years. … With a few exceptions — Kenya, where a big experiment in universal basic income (UBI) is underway; Iran, which has a nationwide unconditional cash transfer program; and Alaska, which gives an annual dividend to everyone in the state — basic income programs are offering money to small groups of a few hundred or a few thousand people, not an entire polity. In other words, they offer a basic income, but not a universal basic income.”
Countries Basic Income Programs highlighted: United States, Canada, Brazil, Finland, Germany, Spain, The Netherlands, Iran, Kenya, Namibia, India, China, Japan
Vox, October 20, 2020: “Which countries have experimented with basic income — and what were the results?” by Sigal Samuel
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