In Brazil, a Break Through Investment Model in Affordable Housing
August 6, 2012 Editor 0
Publishers note (FSG). There are important lessons for African Governments.
Economic growth in Brazil has enabled the country to be among the largest economies in the world. However, Brazil has a housing deficit affecting 28.5 million people, mainly in low income markets, with Sao Paulo State having the greatest housing deficit representing approximately 1.48 million houses.
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