The row over the bill to split Brazil’s oil royalties among the states has entered a new phase. The latest concern over the bill, which was the subject of a Supreme Court ruling this week, is that if it goes through, the so-called “producing states” (those with oil-producing assets within or offshore from their territories, mainly Rio de Janeiro, Espirito Santo and São Paulo) could start increasing local taxes on the oil industry. Continue reading »
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