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Brazil is an agricultural superpower and world leader in the production of coffee, sugarcane, cassava, bananas and sisal. But despite its wealth of natural resources, extreme poverty and rural hardship are endemic.

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Refering to the languages spoken in Brazil, the correct is: Portuguese and some indigenous languages. Considering other extense countries, Brazil is one of those with greater uniform pattern of language speaking.
posted by: Jose' H. de Carvalho (14:56:12 Mon 16th November 2009)



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