The future under dispute

Brazil’s legal community has welcomed the enactment of a controversial labour reform, but many fear the changes leave major gaps that may hinder some of the reform’s intended objectives, such as providing more flexibility in hiring practices and reducing litigation.

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On the evening of 10 November at 8.30pm, all tv channels in Brazil were interrupted to broadcast an announcement by labour minister, Ronaldo Nogueira, who greeted the country’s 102 million workforce with the statement: “Good evening, workers of Brazil. Welcome to the future!”

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