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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The economic rebound, after the shock triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic, could generate two million jobs and add R$2.8 trillion (US$560 billion) to Brazil's GDP, in addition to helping the country become more resilient to climate change, if investments are directed towards a greener economy.

This would represent a growth of 38 percent in relation to Brazil's 2019 GDP, which amounted to R$7.3 trillion - it would be like incorporating an Argentina into Brazil's resources.

This is shown by the study 'Uma Nova Economia para uma Nova Era . . .

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