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Jobs Up, Real Wages Down in Sí£o Paulo, Brazil

Unemployment in the metropolitan region of São Paulo, Brazil’s largest city, fell in September for the sixth consecutive month. The unemployment rate dropped from 18.3% to 17.9%.

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