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Latin American Cities: Sao Paolo

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Latin American Cities: Sao Paolo

Latin American Cities: Sao Paolo

Latin American Cities: Sao Paolo

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NPR's Martin Kaste continues Morning Edition's week-long series on Latin American cities with a report on the perennial housing shortage in Sao Paulo, Brazil. In Latin America's biggest megalopolis, as many as 3 million of the estimated 18 million residents cannot find or afford housing. So, they take over abandoned buildings and set up outdoor camps.

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