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Brazil’s Landless Workers Movement sets sights on entering the capital market

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The world's largest social movement wants to plant its flag in the Mecca of capitalism: capital markets. The red banner of the Landless Rural Workers Movement (MST), with the Brazilian flag on a white background representing peace conquered through social justice, with a woman and a man holding a machete - symbol of work, struggle, and resistance in the countryside -, will now also flutter on investment portfolios.

The MST plans to raise R$17.5 (US$3.4) million by issuing a Certificate of Agribusiness Receivables (CRA), a type of fixed income bond used to finance . . .

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