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In Brazil’s Slump, 5000 New Jobs Are Good News

São Paulo’s industries added 5,158 places in September, 0.33% more than in August. It was the best result for September since 2000. So far this year, 51,369 jobs have been created, amounting to a 3.34% increase in the employment level.

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