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SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - São Paulo's economy is moving fast towards detaching itself from the national Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

From September to October alone, São Paulo State's GDP grew one percent in a comparison free of seasonal effects, according to data from the SEADE Foundation, which also recorded a 5.2 percent increase over October last year.

São Paulo's GDP growth in October was determined by a three percent increase in industrial activity and a 0.8 percent rise in services.

It could have been higher had the agricultural sector, strong in the . . .

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