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Job Is Brazil’s Biggest Worry Now

Brazil’s CNT/Sensus survey released today indicates that job creation is what most worries 48% of the people who were interviewed. In the previous survey, conducted in February, 2004, this theme concentrated the attentions of 53.3% of the population.

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