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Rural credit I
To the core: In loans granted via rural credit for the acquisition of rural properties by low-income farmers, part of the financing may also include “basic investments for the initial structuring of productive units of the acquired property.” Of this value, up to BRL 7,500, in five instalments of BRL 1,500, could be used for technical assistance and rural expansion. Now, the change is that the