"Dilma Rousseff's first year in office was marked by two sets of bad news: one economic, the other ehtical."
Financial Times, 01/10/2012
"...of purpose and a reserved style that is kind of a relief after the often very narcissistic and loud years of Lula," says Paulo Sotero at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Wasington.
"Indeed, Brazil's refusal rate is now well under 5%. Ironically, Sotero notes, that's thanks in large part to "the fact that the U.S., after its 2008 crisis, is considered a less attractive place for economic migrants in Brazil, which has almost full employment nd a lot more economic opportunity.""