RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - São Paulo Governor João Doria on Monday, May 17, announced a partnership between the state government and Mercado Libre (MELI34) for professionalization and job creation.
The company will invest R$4 billion (US$750 million) and will generate 5,000 jobs in the state of São Paulo by the end of 2021. The announcement was made during an event in Cajamar, in one of Mercado Libre's points of operation.
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