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Brazil Said to Limit Returns on Savings Accounts to 70% of Selic

May 03, 2012

Brazil’s government will seek to limit returns on newly opened savings accounts to 70 percent of the nation’s benchmark interest rate under rules being proposed today to pave the way for lower borrowing costs, a government official said. The changes being announced by President Dilma Rousseff’s government won’t affect existing deposits, which will continue to earn more than 6 percent, according to the official, who is familiar with the plans and isn’t authorized to discuss them publicly.

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