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What is missing for Brazil to take off?

Pleasant climate, abundant natural resources, wonderful food and cordial people characterize our country.

A few decades ago, South Korea and Brazil were well behind the world market. Today, South Korea is a country that quickly heads to reach the developed platoon.

In 1980, Brazil and South Korea had the same per capita income. Currently, Korea's per capita income is three times that of Brazil.

What would have to happen for Brazil to become a developed country? There are two "conditions": 1) to have the dream and 2) a plan to make it happen.

The great change in South Korea has taken place in education. Three decades of priority for investments in education made all the difference. Universal and high quality education.

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