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Modern-day Slavery in Brazil<br />
A farm manager sits in the Ministry of Labour offices after his charcoal producing farm was raided by the Ministry's grupo movel (mobile unit) for employing unfree labourers. The Ministry of Labour is developing a pioneering activity to assign responsibility for the slavery cases reported on such farms to the pig iron producing companies, as the charcoal is made to be sold exclusively to these extremely profitable companies. The managers of this company were arrested the following day, as the Federal Police found over 50 truckloads of illegal charcoal on the company's premises, destined for pig iron production.