It was my turn to appear on the Estado de Sao Paulo’s economic blog this week.

Correspondent Silvio Crespo interviews a foreign correspondent each month and I sat down with him earlier this week for a quick chat.

The conversation (obviously) was in Portuguese and we spoke about my 10 years in Brazil working for Time magazine, the international press’s interest in Brazil, and what kind of coverage the country can expect after Lula leaves office. We also spoke a little about how I got into journalism.

The previous conversations with amongst others, Paulo Prada of the Wall Street Journal and Jonathan Wheatley of the Financial Times, can be found at Silvio’s Raio Economic blog.

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