Brazilian households in arrears for debt increase to 67.5% in April

The result from April this year is the highest since August 2020, when 67.5% was also recorded.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The share of families with debts in arrears increased in Brazil to 67.5% in April this year. In March, the percentage stood at 67.3%. The data were released yesterday, May 4th, by the National Confederation of Trade of Goods, Services and Tourism (CNC).

The result from April this year is the highest since August 2020, when 67.5% was also recorded.

The percentage of defaulters - people with unpayable debts . . .

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