Brazil’s Struggles Will Be Front and Center at Rio Olympics


When Rio won the rights in 2009 to host the summer Olympics, Brazil planned a blitz of projects to showcase how far it had risen. But when tourists start showing up in 2 months to attend the games, it will be the bust and not Brazil’s best that will be on display. Bloomberg’s David Biller reports on “What’d You Miss?”


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