International Reports

Brazil’s New Middle Class

by Friedrich Christian Matthäus, Kathrin Zeller

Here to Stay?

More than ten years ago, one third of Brazil’s population lived below the national poverty line. Today, more than half of them belong to the middle class. Members of this group are trying to find their societal and political role. They are worried about how to secure their new modest wealth. What are the chances to consolidate and continue this success?
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