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Brazil government leader in Senate says administrative reform may be delayed to next year

Reuters Tuesday, 19 November 2019 ()
Brazil's government leader in the Senate, Fernando Bezerra, said on Tuesday that 'administrative reform', a plank of the Economy Ministry's far-reaching legislative agenda, may be pushed back to next year.
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