This illuminating study of Brazil’s gold industry provides an in-depth look at the history and current state of one of the country’s most important natural resources. Drawing on detailed research and firsthand accounts, it explores the impact of gold mining on Brazil’s economy, society, and environment, and offers valuable insights into the challenges and opportunities facing this dynamic nation.
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