SAO PAULO, March 30 (Reuters) - Brazil's government on Monday cut taxes on cement, paint and other construction materials and extended tax breaks for the automobile sector, the latest effort to avert a major slowdown in Latin America's largest economy. The government will also reduce industrial taxes for motorcycles and will exempt income taxes for companies in the pulp and paper industry located in the northern Amazon region, Finance Minister Guido Mantega said at a press conference. ...
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