Half of Brazil’s population lack full property rights

An estimated 100 million people lack property rights, a senior Ministry of Cities official told the Thomson Reuters Foundation, highlighting the need for Brazil to bring its housing sector into the formal economy. Title deeds for millions of unregistered …
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