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Latin America | 5 Aug 2020 Brazil's Industrial Sector is Showing Solid Signs of Gradual Stabilization
Data released this week in Brazil underscored that the Covid-related shock on the industrial sector is finally easing, as the economy gradually reopens.

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5 Aug 2020 Brazil's Industrial Sector is Showing Solid Signs of Gradual Stabilization

By Abadia Andres

Data released this week in Brazil underscored that the Covid-related shock on the industrial sector is finally easing, as the economy gradually reopens.

Posted: 5th Aug 2020 in 'Latin America'

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