Despite early promises from government leaders to the contrary, the World Cup cost Brazilian taxpayers a whopping $10.2 billion, or 85 percent of total investment. Atlas Network partner Instituto Ordem Livre's Magno Karl tells the cautionary tale of election year promises in this article published on AtlasOne.org.
BRAZILIAN THINK TANK SAYS TAXPAYERS WERE THE REAL LOSERS OF 2014 WORLD CUP
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