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Once Again Foreigners Are Bullish on Brazilian Stocks PDF Print E-mail
2014 - April 2014
Written by Newsroom   
Tuesday, 08 April 2014 15:00

Bovespa building in São Paulo, BrazilThe decision of the Brazilian authorities to raise Brazil's key interest rate to 11%, its highest in two years, has again started to attract investors. There are also hopes that Brazil's next president to be elected in October will rein in spending and adjust macroeconomic policies.

 
Brazil Expects Foreigners to Spend US$ 3.5 Billion During the World Cup PDF Print E-mail
2013 - July 2013
Written by Aurea Santos   
Monday, 15 July 2013 15:58

Confederations Cup in BrazilBrazil is expecting to receive 600,000 foreign tourists for the 2014 World Cup, an event that should also move at least three million Brazilians. "Expectations are for the event to be at least 30 times greater than the Confederations Cup," said Flavio Dino, Embratur president.

 
Brazil President's Appeal to Poor and Unschooled Voter Bodes Well for Her Reelection PDF Print E-mail
2014 - January 2014
Written by Newsroom   
Monday, 17 March 2014 16:04

Dilma RousseffBrazil's average voter for the coming presidential election in October is between 25 and 34 years old, has on average a high school education and a low monthly family income, equivalent to US$ 618. He lives in the Southeast region of the country, in a small town with fewer than 50,000 inhabitants.

 
Experts Lower Brazil's GDP Growth Expectation to 1.91% PDF Print E-mail
2014 - January 2014
Written by Newsroom   
Monday, 27 January 2014 16:53

Brazil's real currencyThe economy of Brazil is expected to grow 1.91% this year. The forecast is part of a weekly consultation made by the Brazilian Central Bank (BC) with various financial institutions.

 
Two Brazilian Airlines Cap One-Way Domestic Fare at US$ 425 for Cup PDF Print E-mail
2014 - January 2014
Written by Newsroom   
Tuesday, 21 January 2014 01:36

Brazilian Airline AzulAvianca Brasil has joined Azul to become the second Brazilian airline to promise to cap prices for the upcoming soccer World Cup, which opens June 12 in São Paulo. Avianca said it would match Azul and limit one-way fares to a maximum of 999 reais (US$ 425).

 
Brazil Betting on 7 Million Foreigners and US$ 9.2 Bi, in 2014 PDF Print E-mail
2014 - January 2014
Written by Newsroom   
Monday, 06 January 2014 03:01

Brazilian sporting national colorsForeign tourists are expected to spend up to US$ 9.2 billion in Brazil in 2014 due to the soccer's World Cup, to be held in 12 Brazilian cities. This is the most recent estimate by the Brazilian Tourism Institute (Embratur).

 
Lower Sales of Soy Oil and Iron Leaves Brazil with Worst Surplus in 13 Years PDF Print E-mail
2014 - January 2014
Written by Newsroom   
Monday, 06 January 2014 02:56

Brazilian steelBrazil's trade balance showed a surplus of US$ 2.561 billion last year, according to the data released by the Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade (MDIC). It was the lowest positive result registered since the year 2000.

 
Finance Minister Says Brazil Has Been Crippled by Rich Countries and Lack of Credit PDF Print E-mail
2013 - December 2013
Written by Newsroom   
Monday, 16 December 2013 16:30

Brazil's Guido MantegaAccording to Brazilian Finance minister Guido Mantega, Brazil's economy is walking with "two crippled legs."  He puts the blame on the effects of the international slowdown with different rates of recovery, and the lack of credit to prop consumer spending.

 
Brazilian Indian Leader Murdered Following Death Threats by Landowners PDF Print E-mail
2013 - December 2013
Written by Newsroom   
Tuesday, 03 December 2013 16:51

Indian leader Ambrósio VilhalvaBrazil's Guarani Indian leader and film-star Ambrósio Vilhalva was murdered on Sunday night, after decades of campaigning for his tribe's right to live on their ancestral land. 

 
74.6: Brazilians Get an Extra 5 Months of Life Expectancy in One Year PDF Print E-mail
2013 - December 2013
Written by Newsroom   
Monday, 02 December 2013 15:57

Brazilian old manLife expectancy of Brazilians went up to 74.6 years of age in 2012, according to figures disclosed on Monday, December 2, by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE).

 
Delays, Deaths and Preparations on FIFA's Agenda for Brazil's World Cup PDF Print E-mail
2013 - December 2013
Written by Newsroom   
Monday, 02 December 2013 03:59

FIFA and the World CupAll the trouble involving Brazil's 2014 World Cup preparations and concerns about human rights in Qatar which should host the Cup in 2022 are expected to be the main talking points at next week's FIFA Executive Committee meeting in Salvador da Bahia, in the Brazilian northeast.

 
Brazil and Argentina Join Forces in Cyberwar Against the US PDF Print E-mail
2013 - November 2013
Written by Newsroom   
Monday, 25 November 2013 11:52

Brazil and Argentina anti-spy allianceBrazilian Defense minister Celso Amorim met his Argentine counterpart Agustín Rossi and offered to incorporate all South American countries in their bilateral treaty on cyber-defense.

 
Brazil's Scots Invited to Lend a Hand to Historical Tapestry Project PDF Print E-mail
2013 - November 2013
Written by John Fitzpatrick   
Monday, 18 November 2013 04:21

Scottish TapestryExpatriate Scots and descendants of Scottish immigrants across the world are being invited to take part in a project to create a Diaspora Tapestry to be unveiled during the 2014 Year of Homecoming.

 
Earth's Most Threatened Tribe as Seen by Sebastião Salgado in Vanity Fair PDF Print E-mail
2013 - November 2013
Written by Newsroom   
Tuesday, 12 November 2013 15:28

Vanity's Fair coverWorld-famous Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado and Vanity Fair magazine have joined forces to publicize the plight of the Awá Indians, who have been labeled 'Earth's most threatened tribe' by Survival International, the global movement for tribal peoples' rights. The 13-page feature, published in the December issue of the magazine, is out worldwide since November 1.

 
The Sky Is Falling in Brazilian Yanomami Shaman's Book PDF Print E-mail
2013 - November 2013
Written by Newsroom   
Monday, 04 November 2013 00:33

The Falling Sky: Words of a Yanomami ShamanIn the first book ever written by a Yanomami Indian, Davi Kopenawa – shaman and leading spokesman for his people – describes the rich culture, history and ways of life of the Yanomami of the Amazon rainforest.

 
In Brazil, 95% Oppose Black Bloc's Action PDF Print E-mail
2013 - October 2013
Written by Newsroom   
Wednesday, 30 October 2013 16:09

Street protests in BrazilThe Brazilian middle and high classes seem to be the most supportive of the street demonstrations and protests that have turned out in Brazil's main cities since last June, according to the results of a public opinion poll from Datafolha Institute.

 
Brazilian Roberta Pereira Aims to Introduce Latin Audiences to Broadway PDF Print E-mail
2013 - October 2013
Written by John Mooney   
Monday, 28 October 2013 02:18

Roberta PereiraGrowing up in Rio, Roberta Pereira became a fan of the theater after seeing Butterfly Garden at a young age. She attended the show a total of nine times and saw her first Broadway show, Cats, when she was 8 years old. At that point, she was hooked.

 
Under Pressure Brazil Replaces Word Refugee with Resident in National ID Card for Immigrants PDF Print E-mail
2013 - October 2013
Written by Newsroom   
Monday, 21 October 2013 15:12

Haitian refugee in BrazilThe Brazilian government has heeded the pleas of the refugee population in Brazil and removed the word "refugee" from the national identification cards of these foreigners. The term was replaced with "resident" and the document will also inform that they are authorized to work for wages in the country, according to information released on the United Nations Brazil website.

 
Suicide Rate Among Guarani Indians in Brazil Is 34 Times National Average PDF Print E-mail
2013 - October 2013
Written by Newsroom   
Monday, 14 October 2013 02:22

Guarani mother and childNew suicide figures afflicting the Guarani tribe in Brazil, have just been released. They face a a suicide rate at least 34 times the Brazilian national average due to the loss of their ancestral lands and constant attacks by gunmen. The shocking number reveal that, on average, at least one Guarani has committed suicide every week since the start of this century.

 
Brazil Protests: Bus and Banks Vandalized and Burned in Rio and São Paulo PDF Print E-mail
2013 - October 2013
Written by Newsroom   
Tuesday, 08 October 2013 15:06

Destroyed bank in RioProtesters demonstrating in Brazil in support of teachers receiving better pay in the Brazilian cities of Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo have clashed with police. Downtown Rio was packed with more than 10,000 people marching peacefully. But as it got dark, some protesters threw firebombs at public buildings and riot police responded with tear gas.

 
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