Brazil’s 4th Federal Regional Court of Appeals (TRF-4) has upheld former president Lula’s criminal conviction on charges of money laundering and passive corruption. Neptune’s Thomas Smith looks at the potential outcomes, explaining why Brazil’s tail risks are being removed.
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