Everyone knows how precarious Brazil’s infrastructure is. But if Brazil really wants to hold onto its position as a leading emerging market, it must address this structural problem (and education), soon.

Here is the issue: according to the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report, Brazil ranks 107th out of 144 countries assessed for the quality of their infrastructure.

Worrying less about their pockets and more about the country’s well being should be every Brazilian politician’s top priority.

Easier said than done though…

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