With no sub prime, leverage, car slump and bank failures to cope with, Brazilians have had to tackle with our historical high interest rates to finance government deficits.
The Global Crisis has made Brazilians' to trust their own government more, and foreign government debt less, reducing interest rates to 6% real.
For businesses that are 4,8% after tax, it's still high for international standards but an important threshold has been broken.
Now projects that have a 8% ROI are being taken off the shelves, something unheard before in Brazil.
O Brasil Que Dá Certo.