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Brazil's electric power sector faces one of the most difficult and complex situations it has seen in recent decades, the result of high tariffs for regulated clients, a fall in spot prices, the oversupply of electricity, financial problems among operators, and high levels of political uncertainty. The outlook is far from encouraging in the medium term, although there is certainty in one area: there will be no return to the way things were before.
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