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Brazil Industry Hasn’t Been That Upbeat in 7 Years

Brazilian industrialists’ confidence level is high, and they believe that the sector will continue growing in the next six months. This affirmation was made by Flávio Castelo Branco, coordinator of the Economic Policy unit of Brazil’s National Confederation of Industry (CNI).

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