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Brazil begins OECD accession process, says government

The federal government has sent the first declaration of accession to the OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development), a group of 38 countries that are among the richest in the world.

Ministers at the Planalto Palace made the announcement Thursday (Oct. 6).

Joining this organization was one of Jair Bolsonaro's promises in 2018 and gained strength in the final phase of the first government.

Now Brazil is evaluated by 26 committees in different areas such as the environment, health, and tax administration.

Ciro said the most important thing right now is demonstrating the government's direction.

"We want . . .

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