Brazil’s booming economy ensures that June tax revenues rise by 46% compared to 2020

In the inflation-adjusted series, the June result is the best for the month since June 2011. For the year, it is the best in the series.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Federal tax revenues registered a real increase of 46.77% in June compared to the same month last year, reaching R$137.169 (US$27) billion.

With the month's performance, the collection in the first semester of 2021 reached the mark of R$881.996 billion, a real increase of 24.49% compared to the same period of 2020, according to figures released by the Federal Revenue Service (IRS).

In the inflation-adjusted series, the June result is the best for the month since June 2011. For the year, it is the best in the . . .

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