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Brazil Wants Rules Changed by IMF and Co.

Brazil’s Minister of Cities, OlÀ­vio Dutra, wants Brazil to revise its relationship with international organizations, especially financial institutions. According to the Minister, without this change it will be impossible to fulfill the so-called goals of the millenium, determined by the United Nations (UN).

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