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Brazilain debt-to-GDP ratio rises less-than-expected

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Investing.com - Brazil’s debt-to-GDP ratio rose less-than-expected last month, official data showed on Friday.

In a report, Instituto Brasiliero de Geografia e Estatistica said that Brazil Debt-to-GDP ratio rose to 35.0%, from 35.2% in the preceding month.

Analysts had expected Brazil Debt-to-GDP ratio to rise 35.3% last month.

Brazilain debt-to-GDP ratio rises less-than-expected

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