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Latin America Documents | 15 May. 2015 No Rest For Brazilian Consumers - Even Tougher Times Ahead
Consumption has been a serious weak spot in Brazil over the past year. After reaching record growth rates in 2010, it has gradually slowed to its lowest pace in more than ten years.

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15 May. 2015 No Rest For Brazilian Consumers - Even Tougher Times Ahead

By Andres Abadia

Consumption has been a serious weak spot in Brazil over the past year. After reaching record growth rates in 2010, it has gradually slowed to its lowest pace in more than ten years.

Posted: 15th May 2015 in 'Latin America Documents'

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