WASHINGTON, DC (November 21, 2014) – In the 21st century no single set of countries can lead the global economy. Instead, world growth must rely on the experience of industrialized nations combined with the dynamism of emerging markets.
Among the emerging markets of prominence is Brazil's. The South American giant has made great strides in the new century, but its performance more recently has raised concerns about stagnation. The country still has an untapped potential that, if used, could create great opportunity for itself and the rest of the world. The issue is, of course, how to get at that potential.