By Sarah Coursey, Editor
RIO DE JANEIRO - Rio has always been a bastion of Brazilian culture, and remains a hot spot for Petrobras sponsorship. Gringos interested in the arts will be happy to know that most Carioca museums and institutions of national importance have at one point in their existence received funds from the oil company.
Petrobras programs are quite unique in their approach to corporate social responsibility as its efforts are exclusively concerned with defending and valuing Brazilian culture. Priority is given to those aspects at risk of fading away in an increasingly modernized and therefore globalized Brazil.
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