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Brazil’s largest department store chain “Havan” projects R$16 billion in 2021 revenue

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - As soon as he was discharged from the Santa Maggiore hospital in São Paulo, where he was recovering from the novel coronavirus, entrepreneur Luciano Hang learned about the appalling situation of Manaus (AM) healthcare units, with a shortage of basic supplies such as oxygen and ventilators.

In a conversation with comedian Tirulipa, son of federal deputy Tiririca (PL-SP), the Havan store chain owner was moved by the situation and decided to donate 200 oxygen cylinders to hospitals in Manaus. "I called a friend of mine who supplies cylinders and said: 'Get me 200. I . . .

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