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Brazil’s labour reform: Two years on

Two years on from the 2017 labour reform, Brazilian lawyers are still divided over the impact the changes have had

Two years on from the 2017 labour reform, Brazilian lawyers are still divided over the impact the changes have had (Credit: iStock/South_agency)

Almost two years after the implementation of Brazil’s landmark labour reform, local lawyers say the impact has been a positive one for businesses, but some point out that the changes did not do enough to protect labour unions and vulnerable employees.

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