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Education: Capital development

Brazil could do better in terms of education. Experts say that, despite the progress, the Latin American giant still has to turn a deficit into a competitive advantage. Many Brazilians still feel helpless when it comes to dealing with public services, and some took to the streets last June to call for schools and hospitals to be built according to “Fifa standards.” While demonstrators may protest against the cost of the soccer stadiums ahead of the World Cup, which is now less than six months away, the quality of public education and health is still a sore point. The performance […]
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