Free Float Anticipated for Brazil''s Currency

Host Bob Edwards talks with Geoff Dyer of the Financial Times in Sao Paulo about the Brazilian economic crisis. Today, Brazil is expected to confirm a policy of allowing the Brazilian currency - the real - to float freely on international money markets.



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