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Brazilian lawmakers rejected corruption charges against President Michel Temer on Wednesday evening, shelving a case that had threatened to oust a center-right leader who investors hope will bring Brazil’s budget deficit under control.

The corruption case, involving the payment of bribes by meat packer JBS SA, had paralyzed Temer’s reform agenda for six months and weakened his government.

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