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Power sharing, budget cuts help Rousseff in Brazil crisis

Stock, currency markets rally on more stable political climate

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Ms Rousseff's decision last week to hand formal responsibility for negotiating with Congress to Vice-President Michel Temer was a milestone that should help ease tensions with the biggest party in her coalition.

Brasilia

THE "new Dilma" is starting to produce results.

By embracing power-sharing deals and budget cuts that she shunned during her first term in office, President Dilma Rousseff has begun to ease the economic and political crisis plaguing Brazil, congressional leaders and

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