Government sets R $ 66,3 billion in fiscal target for 2015 and sees a 0,8% rise in GDP
Document sent by the government on Thursday (4) to the National Congress revised downwards the estimate of growth of the Brazilian economy in 2015, from 2% to 0,8%, and fixed the primary surplus target at R $ 66,3 billion. - the savings made to pay interest on the public debt and try to maintain its downward trend - in the public sector.
The review was carried out by the Ministry of Planning, Budget and Management, updating the proposal for the primary result goal, of the Budget Guidelines law (PLDO).
Source: G1 - 04/12
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