Even in its most profitable city, Brazil’s inequality is getting worse

Brazil’s inequality
Av. Pres. J. Kubitschek, São Paulo. Photo: Davidson Luna

Despite its status as Brazil’s largest, most lucrative city with a reputation for big business, new research from NGO Nossa Rede São Paulo shows just how deep the metropolis’ inequalities run. And these inequalities are not signs of Brazil’s recession taking its toll on the city, according to researchers working on the report....

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