By Sarah de Sainte Croix, Senior Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – As Brazil’s economy has boomed its poverty rates have halved over the last two decades according to some reports. The socialist policies of the current and previous governments have been credited with lifting 28 million people out of extreme poverty and allowing 36 million to enter the middle class, in a country of 190.7 million.

But with the cost of living sky-rocketing, a property market nearing . . .

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