Brazil’s Temer boosts infrastructure spending as graft scandal deepens

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BRASILIA (Reuters) – Brazil’s government has sharply increased spending in local infrastructure projects proposed by lawmakers, according to budget data reviewed by Reuters on Tuesday, as a graft scandal threatens to topple President Michel Temer.