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Has Brazil's anti-inflation Real Plan worked?

2 July 2014 Last updated at 10:20 BST

For three decades, Brazil's economy suffered from cripplingly high inflation.

In the early 1990s prices were rising every week, or even every day, rocketing 2,000% a year.

Twenty years ago the government introduced the Real Plan with the aim of reining in prices and bringing stability to the economy.

So has it succeeded? Katy Watson reports from Sao Paulo.

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