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07 October. 2016 Brazil Advances on Austerity, Expect More Progress Soon

By Andres Abadia

On Tuesday, Brazil's Special Committee presented its recommendation for a constitutional amendment capping spending. Currently it is being voted in the Lower House Committee.

Posted: 6th Oct 2016 in 'Latin America Documents'

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