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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In Brazil, the odds of a black man being poor are twice those of a white man. The finding is from the research "The racial inequality of poverty in the country," released this week by IPEA (Institute of Applied Economic Research, a government research body) based on data . . .

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