RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The city of Rio de Janeiro intends to become Brazil's green economy capital. To this end, the City Hall intends to offer tax incentives to companies that have carbon neutralization projects, which can reach 100% of the ISS (Service Tax).
The news was announced at the event "Rio, the capital of green investments in Brazil," held on Friday at the Museu do Amanhã (Museum of Tomorrow).
Organized in partnership with Santander, the Roberto Marinho Foundation and Rio City Hall, the event addressed the city's commitment to environmental issues.
Opening the event, Roberto Marinho Foundation . . .