A Banner Year for Brazil’s Industry

Brazil’s Industrial Confederation (Confederação Nacional da Indústria) (CNI) has just released its latest sector survey, covering the month of November, which shows strong performance across the board. And that was not just for the month, but for the year of 2004.

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