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HOLIDAYS, LOST BUSINESS IN BRAZIL WCUP'S LAZY DAYS

According to the Associated Press, between Carnival celebrations and a generous smattering of Catholic observances, Brazilians enjoy an extensive calendar of public holidays. But this year, workers are seeing even more time off because of the month long soccer tournament. The extra holidays are helping clear commuters from Brazil&;s perennially clogged roads to make it easier for fans travel to and from the stadiums. While many workers embraced the measure, critics contend is detrimental for Brazilian businesses. Fecomercio, a Sao Paulo-based industry group representing the goods, services, and tourism sectors, forecasts that those businesses may lose up to $13.5 billion due to lost productivity and the need to pay double salaries to people who work government-declared holidays. However, Brazil&;s Tourism Ministry has said the Cup itself will inject that much money into the nation&;s economy, offsetting any such losses