Brazil is one of the most informal economies in the world
For Evandro Guimarães, executive president of ETCO (Instituto Brasileito de Ética Concorrencial), we are at the beginning of a path to overcome the “jeitinho” culture in Brazil. "But this beginning is still very tenuous", he says. The result is a balance that severely affects Brazilian economic activity.
In the interview given to ANEFAC magazine, he points out a critical view on behavior that permeates all social classes in the country.
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Article: The precariousness of the rule of law
Stability and clarity are minimum requirements for law enforcement. This is not what you see in Brazil. Standards are changed frequently, often with deplorable technical quality. The interpretation given to the norms also changes continuously, without plausible justification.