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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"ETCO stands out in the ethical defense of competition and in strengthening business morals"
What is the role of ethics in the country's development – and, in particular, what is the role of competitive ethics in this mission? Although with similar roots (ethos/mos), for common sense, in the world
Interview: Hamilton Dias de Souza
Hamilton Dias de Souza (*), member of the ETCO Advisory Board since its foundation, in an exclusive interview, evaluates the importance of competition ethics to improve the business environment in the country.