OECD recommends Brazil stop deforestation

The issue of deforestation was placed as one of the "new priorities" on a list of reforms for the country.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) recommended on Wednesday that the Brazilian government put an end to deforestation, as one of the "new priorities" on a list of reforms for the country.

This is one more signal for Jair Bolsonaro's government to review its environmental policy, condemned in the international scene. European countries, starting with France, and now more and more the United States with President Biden, will only accept the OECD to start initiate . . .

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