Ex.Saúde, Presidente, Governo
Brazil’s National Treasury Secretariat Mansueto Almeida said this year “is going to be rather atypical” due to the measures to cope with COVID-19.
Brazil’s government statistics agency IBGE today (Mar. 26) published a study showing that the country lost 7.6 percent of its forest vegetation from 2000 to 2018.
These are referred to as current transactions, and comprise purchases and sales of goods and services as well as income transfers between Brazil and other nations.
In a statement, Copom argued the data indicated a gradual recovery in the economy, but current parameters still do not reflect the aggravation of the crisis brought about by the coronavirus.
The Ibovespa index faced a decline of 12.53 percent to 72,321.99 before the circuit breaker was triggered for the fifth time in March.