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Industry Jobs Grow 6.5% in Brazil, But Unemployment Is Still 10.2%

The 5% reduction in what the Brazilian industry earned on a per worker basis over the 12 months ending in May suggests a future decline in the offer of jobs in the sector, according to the Conjunctural Note released Thursday, July 14, by Brazil’s National Confederation of Industry (CNI).

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