2022-11-25 14:43:31

A factory in Brazil comes to a standstill so workers can watch their country's first World Cup game

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By Jorge Hidalgo

A factory in Brazil stopped during the two hours of the 'seleao' match against Serbia so that its workers could enjoy the game. The optimism with the 'canarinha' is such that several productive sectors of the country stopped during the matches of Tite's team.

This Brazilian factory joins the initiatives imposed by the King of Saudi Arabia, Salman bin Abdulaziz, who declared a national holiday the day after the victory of his national team over Argentina, or Morocco, where workers are given time off during the hours in which their national team plays its matches so that their employees can enjoy the games.

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