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BRASILIA, Oct 28 (Reuters) - Brazilian Finance Minister Joaquim Levy said on Wednesday that he does not plan to quit his job, dismissing recent speculation that he was preparing to leave amid growing criticism to his austerity drive.
In a recorded interview with CNN, Levy said he was confident a robust 2016 budget would help the Brazilian economy recover rapidly. (Reporting by Alonso Soto; Editing by Chris Reese)