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Brazil gets first soccer trade law as investor ban makes impact

Investing in the transfer rights of a player with the aim of turning a profit on future trades has been made illegal

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Brazil's soccer authorities have made it illegal to invest in the transfer rights of a player with the aim of turning a profit on future trades, bringing it in line with a global ban that comes into effect in five months.

Rio de Janeiro

BRAZIL'S soccer authorities have made it illegal to invest in the transfer rights of a player with the aim of turning a profit on future trades, bringing it in line with a global ban that comes into effect in five months.

Investors own a stake in the transfer rights

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