Due to its recent trajectory, combining democracy, economic development and social inclusion, Brazil began to draw increasing attention from other developing countries and traditional donors. Brazil’s role was, however, accompanied by the lingering challenges to domestic development and the lack of a policy to ensure public planning, coordination and a sustainable flow of resources to meet increasing demands for Brazilian experiences and knowledge.

Authors: Iara Leite, Bianca Suyama and Laura Trajber Waisbich

Published by Cebrap/IDS/Articulação Sul

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