By Guilherme Grandi
At least eight Brazilian federal state-owned companies and 12 pension funds have been targets of anti-corruption police operations over the past two decades.
Fears that stories like this would be repeated gained strength with the maneuver of the Chamber of Deputies to loosen the State-owned Law and facilitate the appointment of politicians to these companies on the eve of the inauguration of president-elect Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed? Login Here