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Infant Mortality Rate in Brazil Higher Than in Venezuela, Says Mundi Index

By Arkady Petrov

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - With more than 13.4 million unemployed and 26.5 percent of the population living in poverty, Brazil is experiencing one of its worst moments.

The country also has 5.2 million people going hungry and has seen its infant mortality rate rise again after years of decline.

According to Index Mundi, a database that gathers statistics from different sources around the world and presents them in a simplified way, in graphs and tables, the mortality rate of children under one year in Brazil is higher than that of countries like Venezuela and . . .

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