In New York, the president of the central bank, Roberto Campos Neto, said that "obviously" liberal economists believe in markets with the least possible intervention, informs Folha.
Campos, who was asked about the artificial control of prices, pointed out that he was not talking about specific cases. "About Petrobras, I'm in BC. I have no comments."
The state-owned company withdrew from rising diesel prices after requesting Jair Bolsonaro, who felt pressured by truck drivers.