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Brazilian industry lists 7 economic proposals for next government

Brazilian industry has listed 7 proposals that can help the next government increase the economy's growth.

The industry of the country has hardly developed in the last decades. Every three or four years of growth, there is a recession.

From 1980 to 2019, Brazil's GDP (gross domestic product) per capita increased by an average of only 0.93% per year.

The material was produced by the CNI (National Confederation of Industry).

The organization's president, Robson Braga de Andrade, explained that poor countries are poor not because they grow more slowly, but because they have more negative growth . . .

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