Brazil: Carnaval moves US$760 million in Rio de Janeiro’s economy

The report on Carnival data, prepared in collaboration with the Municipal Secretariat for Economic Development, Innovation and Simplification, shows that the economic impact for Rio de Janeiro has doubled in 10 years.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A study released today (18) by the city of Rio de Janeiro shows that Carnaval brings R$4 billion (US$760) to the economy of the city of Rio de Janeiro.

This figure is included in the Carnaval Data report, presented at the Palácio da Cidade. During the event, Mayor Eduardo Paes said that most people consider Carnaval a party or a fun moment without thinking about what Carnaval means. "

The report on Carnaval data, prepared in collaboration with the Municipal Secretariat of Economic Development, Innovation and Simplification, found that the R$4 billion that . . .

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