Timeline of Brazilian economic stabilization plans
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The following is a timeline of the Brazilian economic stabilization plans in the "new Republic" (post-military dictatorship) era, a period characterized by intense inflation of the local currency, exceeding 2,700% in the period of 1989 to 1990.
- February 28, 1986: Plano Cruzado (president: José Sarney, finance minister: Dilson Funaro)
- November 21, 1986: Plano Cruzado II (president: José Sarney, finance minister: Dilson Funaro)
- June 12, 1987: Plano Bresser (president: José Sarney, finance minister: Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira)
- January 6, 1988: Política Feijão com Arroz (president: José Sarney, finance minister: Maílson da Nóbrega)
- January 15, 1989: Plano Verão (president: José Sarney, finance minister: Maílson da Nóbrega)
- March 15, 1990: Plano Collor, a.k.a. "Plano Brasil Novo" and Plano Collor II (president: Fernando Collor de Mello, finance minister: Zélia Cardoso de Mello)
- July 1, 1994: Plano Real (president: Itamar Franco, finance minister: Fernando Henrique Cardoso)
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