Brazil plans to open media sector to foreign investors

Thursday 14 January 2021 | 16:32 CET | News
Brazil's Ministry of Communications will begin to discuss an end to restrictions on foreign investments in the country's media sector, reports Folha de Sao Paulo. According to government officials, a working group will be set up and the first proposal should be defined by the end of this quarter.

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