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  • Price comparison goes offline in Brazil
  • Price comparison goes offline in Brazil
    Dylan Passmore ©
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Price comparison goes offline in Brazil

With over 30 million monthly visits, Buscapé is the most trusted online price comparison app in Latin America. Now, the company is leveraging its online popularity to offer price comparison in brick-and-mortar stores, where most Brazilians still shop.

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