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Brazil’s tax revenues through August at US$274 billion are the highest in the country’s history

In August, Brazil's federal government tax revenues totaled R$172.3 billion (US$32 billion).

This is the highest result for a month in the historical series that began in 1995.

The Federal Tax Service released the data on Tuesday (Sep. 27).

Tax revenues in August comprised R$165.2 billion in revenues managed by tax authorities and R$7.13 billion in funds managed by other authorities.

Revenues increased by 8.2% in real terms in August compared to the same month of 2021, when they amounted to R$159.2 billion, according to the values updated by . . .

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