Bolsonaro leads as Brazil heads to second round

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By Thomas Smith, Manager of the Neptune Latin America Fund

With 99% of the votes counted, the Brazilian election will move to a second round run-off between right wing candidate Jair Bolsonaro and left wing candidate Fernando Haddad.

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