Brazil govt launches package of measures to create up to 4 mln jobs by end-2022
BRASILIA, Nov 11 (Reuters) - Brazil's government on Monday announced a range of measures and legislative proposals to create up to 4 million jobs by 2022 and inject tens of billions of reais into the economy through loans and projected savings for private and state-run firms.
In a presentation in Brasilia attended by Work and Pensions Secretary Rogerio Marinho, the government said microcredit loans could total 40 billion reais over three years, state-run firms could save 37 billion reais over five years from new rules on labor dispute compensation, and a draft bill on labor disputes could inject up to 65 billion reais into the economy.
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(Reporting by Marcela Ayres Writing by Jamie McGeever)
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