BRASILIA, June 26 (Reuters) - The Brazilian government plans to announce on Monday that it will renew a key tax break for the automobile, home appliance and construction industries as part of a broad push to pull the economy out of recession, two government sources told Reuters on Friday. The industrial tax exemption for the auto industry will remain at current levels for the next three months and then rise slightly in October, but not back to pre-crisis levels, the sources said on ...
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