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A beggar in downtown Sao Paulo. In the large cities of Brazil, it is clear the enormous gap that exists between wealth and poverty is clear. The undeniable growth of the "miracle years" was achieved at a social cost only now being calculated, and the country faces daunting challenges saddled by the largest debt in the developing world.CITY IMPRESSIONSUm mendigo no centro de São Paulo. Nas maiores cidades do Brasil é óbvia a enorme distância que existe entre a riqueza e a pobreza. É inegável que o crescimento "dos anos do milagre" foi conseguido através de um custo social, sendo apenas agora calculado, e o país se defronta com desafios incalculáveis, além de possuir o miaior débito no mundo em desenvolvimento.


Latin American and Iberian Institute / University of New Mexico


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Brazil: Sao Paulo