Oct. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Brazil’s government is considering new measures aimed at curbing job losses nationwide, O Estado de Sao Paulo reported.
Lawmakers aim to reduce unjustified firings and unemployment benefit fraud, the newspaper said, citing government officials. They’re weighing taxes on companies that fire more workers than their competitors and tougher standards for accessing unemployment benefits, the publication said.
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