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Far-right politician Jair Bolsonaro has been elected Brazil's next president, a victory widely viewed as good for the country's oil sector. What does the election of the man dubbed the "Tropical Trump" mean for Petrobras, its subsidiaries, fuel subsidies, and Brazil's deepwater prospects?

On this week's Capitol Crude, Lisa Viscidi, director of energy, climate change and extractive industries at the Inter-American Dialogue, talks about the oil impacts expected to follow Bolsonaro's January 1 inauguration.

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