Brazil's long-running corruption probe has ensnared Michel Temer, the country's president, after an executive secretly taped a conversation that showed Mr Temer allegedly endorsing bribe paying. James Kynge asks the FT's Andres Schipani and Jonathan Wheatley where this leaves the country's crucial economic reforms.

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