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Brazil’s B3 stock market records strong inflow from foreigners

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - International investors put away the deafening noise of the global media and "experts" about Brazil's economic decline and the macroeconomic challenges and uncertainties due to the presidential election.

They know: Brazil, the second-largest economy in the Americas, is corrupt to the core like most of the countries in the region, but wealthy, the government is business-friendly, privatizations are taking place, digitization startups are . . .

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