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Brazil is the fifth-largest country in the world, with an economy bigger than China's and a population larger than Russia's. It is rich in natural resources, and its cities are highly industrialised. It is a wealthy country - but in terms of human development it is one of the most unequal countries in the world. One quarter of its people struggle to survive on an income of less than one dollar a day.
   razi  an Rocha x Oxfam  First published by Oxfam GB in 2000© Oxfam GB 2000ISBN o 85598 433 3A catalogue record for this publication is available from theBritish Library.All rights reserved. Reproduction, copy, transmission, ortranslation of any part of this publication may be made onlyunder the following conditions:ã With the prior written permission of the publisher; orã With a licence from the Copyright Licensing Agency Ltd.,90 Tottenham Court Road, London WiP 9HE, UK, orfrom another national licensing agency; orã For quotation in a review of the work; orã Under the terms set out below.This publication is copyright, but may be reproduced by anymethod without fee for teaching purposes, but not for resale.Formal permission is required for all such uses, but normallywill be granted immediately. For copying in any othercircumstances, or for re-use in other publications, or fortranslation or adaptation, prior written permission must beobtained from the publisher, and a fee may be payable.Available from the following agents: USA:  Stylus Publishing LLC,PO Box 605, Herndon, VA 20172-0605, USAtel: +1 (0)703 661  1581;  fax: + 1(0)703 661 1547;email:; website Canada:  Fernwood Books Ltd,PO Box 9409, Stn. 'A', Halifax, N.S. B3K 5S3, Canadatel: +1 (0)902 422 3302; fax: +1 (0)902 422 3179;e-mail: India:  Maya Publishers Pvt Ltd,113-B, Shapur Jat, New Delhi-110049, Indiatel: +91 (0)11 649 4850; fax: +91 (0)11 649 1039;email: Krishnamurthy,23 Thanikachalan Road, Madras 600017, Indiatel: +91 (0)44 434 4519; fax: +91 (0)44 434 2009;email: South Africa Zimbabwe Botswana Lesotho Namibia Swaziland: David Philip Publishers,PO Box 23408, Claremont 7735, South Africatel: +27 (0)21 64 4136; fax: +27(0)21 64 3358;email: Tanzania:  Mkuki na Nyota Publishers,PO Box 4246, Dar es Salaam, Tanzaniatel/fax: +255 (0)51180479,  ema il: Australia:  Bush Books,PO Box 1958, Gosford, NSW 2250, Australiatel: +61 (0)2 043 233 274; fax: +61 (0)2 092 122 468,email: Rest of the  world contact Oxfam Publishing,274 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 7DZ, +44 (0)1865 3 11  3 :  fax  +44 (0)1865 313 925;email; Printed by Information Press, Eynsham, Oxford Published by Oxfam GB, 274 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 7DZ, UK Series designed by Richard Morris, Stonesfield Design.This titie designed by Richard Morris.Typeset in FF Scala and Gill Sans. Cover designed by Rowie ChristopherOxfam GB is a registered charity, no. 202 918, and is amember of Oxfam International.  BRAZIL This book converted to digital file in 2010   ontents Introduction 5The srcinal Brazilians 9Black Brazil 16Land for the few 2 Exploding cities 26The coup 33Human rights 37The political system 4 The economy 46Communications 52Education 55Children at work 58Health 6 The Northeast 63Babassu 67The amazing Amazon 7 Football 75Carnival 77Conclusion 79Facts and figures 8 Dates and events 81Sources and further reading 82Acknowledgements 84Oxfam in Brazil 85Index 87  R ZIL  3
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