In the first year of President Lula's third term, the executive branch has been focused on the urgent need to "put the house in order" while the legislative houses have been occupied with economic debates. Meanwhile, other key sectors have maintained progress with implications for the economy, policy, businesses, and the region. For this reason, EGA has prepared a series of briefings on the new government’s first year, analyzing progress in 2023 across these sectors and prospects for 2024.

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