The government of São Paulo, under the leadership of Tarcísio de Freitas (Republicans), intends to spread the state's economic development into the hinterland.
The idea is to form what they call coalitions with businessmen from the 16 regions of the state.
They will map bottlenecks and formulate medium and long-term plans to expand the participation of each region.
The process started in January.
The coalitions and the initial plans are estimated to be ready by September.
"Each region will have a technical director to set and follow up on the goals. It is a determination of . . .
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