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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Using services like Google Maps in urban areas is routine for many people. But there are a large number of people living in rural areas whose roads have no standard name or address.

For those living in such regions in the state of São Paulo, there is good news: Google will digitize these areas in partnership with the state government.

The cooperation was announced this week by the São Paulo government as part of the Rural Routes program. It is estimated that more than two million people in the state live in rural areas . . .

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