After enduring a tumultuous three years the Brazilian economy and business climate appear to be on a long road to recovery. Many once blue-chip companies are in the midst of restructuring their operations and balance sheets, including CSN, Odebrecht, while others, such as Oi, are in drawn-out court processes. Additionally, President Michel Temer is pushing Congress to pass reforms in the public pension system, social security and place caps on government spending, which could have huge implications for Brazil's economy. Please join the Debtwire team and esteemed panelists discuss Brazil's outlook over the next 12 months and assessment of some its most contentious restructurings.
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