Source: Folha de S. Paulo, 18/01/2005
Etco (Brazilian Institute of Competition Ethics) will research how many there are and the impacts produced by “favelaised” companies, those that do not pay taxes, do not register employees and make up invoices. “Operating in this gray belt, they make predatory competition, corrupt tax officials, politicians and even the judiciary”, says Emerson Kapaz, president of Etco. In the information technology (hardware) sector alone, the “favelizados” account for 70%.
The importance of public security policies in the fight against organized crime
Partnership and integration are key words, since the exchange of intelligence information between the forces of repression, whether at the municipal, state or federal level, is fundamental to undermining the power of the powerful.