Brazil's hangover from its annual Carnival festival is extra bad this year.
Latin America's largest country is still crawling through its worst recession in its history.
Brazil's economy shrank 3.6% in 2016. That's just a slight improvement from 2015, when it contracted 3.8%, but still far from good. It's the country's longest recession with eight consecutive quarters of contraction.
Unemployment hit 12.6% in January. A year ago it was 9.5%. By comparison, at the height of the
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