By Jewellord Singh, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO - The Institute of Brazilian Geography and Statistics (IBGE) has released the first trimester report of Brazil’s 2010 economic performance, and the results indicate a healthy financial picture for the country with record growth, thousands of jobs created and salary increases above the line of inflation so far this year.
As of April, Brazil's economy had grown by nine percent, industrial sector jobs increased by 0.4 percent, and tax collection expanded by two percent since the start of the . . .