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Brazil's transition risk concentrated in few industries, warns central bank

In its latest financial stability report, Brazil's central bank considers climate risk and finds that although relatively small on average, it is concentrated in specific sectors that play a large role in global trade. The Banco Central do Brasil has said that 8 per cent of the national financial system ...

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