Paulo Winterstein

Wall Street Journal

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Reporter for the Wall Street Journal in São Paulo, Brazil

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When Brazil hosted the Confederations Cup this summer, there were  violent protests  over the money being spent on athletic facilities rather than health and education.

Will Brazil Be Ready for the World Cup?

When Brazil hosted the Confederations Cup this summer, there were violent protests over the money being spent on athletic facilities rather than health and education.

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