Two million need qualifications aimed at initial training to replace inactive workers. The remaining 7.6 million are workers who need to update themselves.
The data are included in the quarterly result of the Continuous National Household Sample Survey (Pnad), released today (Apr. 13) by statistics agency IBGE.
The Ministry of Economy has reported that the impact caused by the tax waiver could reach BRL 700 million ($ 136 million dollars) by the end of this year.
“In the food and beverages sector, inflation was driven by the rise in food prices for home consumption (2.59%). Price hikes have also been noted in UHT milk (10%).