RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The savings generated from special anti-fraud operations more than doubled in 2019. According to a financial report recently disclosed by the Ministry of Economy, the operations resulted in savings of R$961 (US$225) million last year, 107.1 percent more than the R$464 million recorded in 2018.
The balance includes the funds that the government will no longer pay following the dismantling of criminal schemes by the Social Welfare and Labor Task Force. The special inspection includes the Special Secretariat of Social Welfare and Labor of the Ministry of Economy, the Federal Police . . .