Brazil is no longer the world’s 13th economy, Lula said in an interview with MG

Brazil is no longer the world’s 13th economy, Lula said in an interview with MG

Screenshot of the broadcast of the interview given by candidate and former President Lula to Rádio Super on August 17, 2022 (Photo: YouTube / Reproduction)

Screenshot of the broadcast of the interview given by candidate and former President Lula to Rádio Super on August 17, 2022 (Photo: YouTube / Reproduction)

  • This Wednesday (9), presidential candidate and former President Lula took part in an interview with Rádio Super de Minas Gerais.

  • In the interview, the candidate spoke about yesterday’s inauguration of the new president of the TSE, his plans if he wins the elections and mentioned economic data

  • But Lula got it wrong when he said Brazil was once again the world’s 13th economy. Currently, the country no longer occupies this place, but 10th place

The presidential candidate and former president will take office this Wednesday (17th). Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (EN) took part in an interview on Rádio Super from Minas Gerais.

The exduty topics such as e.g Owned by Alexandre de Moraes As the new President of the TSE (Superior Electoral Court), he spoke about his plans for the country and compared current economic data with data from when the PT ruled Brazil.

Check the review of Yahoo! news to the candidate’s statement:

Brazilian economy

“The human [o Brasil] had become the sixth largest economy in the world. I thought we were going to be Thursday, that we were going to be Wednesday […]. Look what happened, there was a setback in this country, we are again the 13th economy in the world.

The candidate and former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva in interview to Radio Super on August 17, 2022

In fact, Brazil came to fill the position sixth economy in the world Already in 2011 with Dilma Rousseff (PT). had been chosen President of Brazil, according to the British Consultative Center for Economic and Business Research (CEBR).

However, the information that Brazil has returned to the position of the 13th economy in the world is misleading. Although the country was inside 13th in the penultimate survey according to the Austin Rating risk assessment agency Brazil is currently in the 10th place.

Brazil presented a better result than countries like:

  • Russia

  • Korea

  • Australia

  • Will

  • Spain