July 31, 2016
The timing could not be worse.
The country’s multi-year trend toward negative social mood has led to political, financial and social havoc. A stock market rout, the deepest economic recession in a generation, presidential impeachment scandals, even an epidemic: Brazil has it all.
Waterways in Rio de Janeiro are so polluted with floating debris that health experts now advise Olympic swimmers and sailors to “keep your mouth closed.” Lula Da Silva and Dilma Rousseff — the ex-presidents who helped spearhead Rio’s successful bid for the Olympics — will not attend the games.
Let us show you the role that social mood is playing in Brazil.
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