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Brazil’s Domestic Market Picks Up Strength

Job openings in the Brazilian industry increased 0.88% in August, in comparison with July, and 0.98% after seasonal influences (specific characteristics that affect industrial production at certain times of year) are factored out. Salaries rose 1.42% during the period: 9.98%, if the basis of comparison is August, 2003.

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