With the devaluation of the real (R$), Brazilian remittances from abroad set record

In the first semester alone, there were about US$1.9 billion sent to Brazil from abroaqd. Resources are used to buy real estate or invest in businesses in Brazil.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Roberlei Cardoso, after retiring as a sales representative in Cascavel (PR) in 2015, went to London to work in the real estate sector. He and his wife, Leila Previati, who works in a restaurant in the British capital, have always considered their financial life successful in the land of the pound. But recently, they are striving to save every penny - or penny.

The reason? To send as much as possible to invest in Brazil, taking advantage of the strength of the pound against the real to pave the way for a comfortable return to the country . . .

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