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Brazil’s public debt drops 0.4% to US$1.1 trillion in August

Brazil's public debt - which includes the government's debts in Brazil and abroad - closed out in August at R$5.78 trillion (US$1.1 trillion).

The value represents a nominal drop - without considering inflation - of 0.4% compared to July.

The National Treasury released the data on Wednesday, September 28.

The National Treasury issues public debt to finance the government's budget deficit, that is, to cover expenses that . . .

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