Sweden to Review its Pension Fund Investments in Brazil Because of the Amazon

Swedish pension funds investments total R$650 billion worldwide. The country's Finance Minister criticizes Bolsonaro. Norway calls on companies for explanations.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Swedish government is to investigate investments of its public pension funds in Brazil and throughout South America as a result of the fires in the Amazon, Swedish Finance Minister Per Bolund told local newspaper Dagens Nyheter on Tuesday, August 27th.

The so-called AP funds manage assets of approximately R$650 billion and are in charge of managing the retirement funds for the whole population of the Nordic country.

Erna Solberg . . .

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