Folha de São Paulo publishes series with presidential candidates on combating the illegal market
The Brazilian Institute of Ethics in Competition (ETCO) asked the top five presidential candidates in the polls about ways to combat illegal trade and its effects on crime.
The responses were divided into topics and are being published daily in the Folha de São Paulo newspaper. The series with the answers started last Monday, with the theme of resources. Yesterday, candidates responded on legislation.
Follow the publications here:
RESOURCESTuesday (2 / 10)
LEGISLATIONWednesday (3 / 10)
INTELLIGENCEThursday (4 / 10)
TAXESFriday (5 / 10)
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