BRAZIL IN THE MAKING by Jose Jobin

BRAZIL IN THE MAKING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A Brazilian economist surveys statistically, the production and potentialities of one of the richest countries in the world. Since war has opened up the Latin-American market, forced us to turn to Brazil for essentials formerly supplied by Asia, her industrial problems are now as much as ours. Brazil is still operating on a limited scale, needs modernised and sugmented equipment, more power, chemicals, means of transportation. With help from America, she can become a valuable good neighbor. Dr. Jobin surveys her resources and their development, and the promise of further resources. For specialists.

Pub Date: May 25th, 1943
Publisher: Macmillan