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Brazil Sees Bad Faith in EU's Proposal PDF Print E-mail
2004 - October 2004
Written by Newsroom   
Monday, 04 October 2004 09:29

The new European Union proposal with regard to "market access," received on September 29th by the Itamaraty (the Brazilian Foreign Office), was a bucket of cold water to the Mercosur negotiators who are working for the signature of a free trade agreement between both blocs.

A Vote to Cost Up to US$ 12 in Brazil PDF Print E-mail
2004 - October 2004
Written by Ellis Regina   
Monday, 04 October 2004 07:16

The Brazilian Election Commission (Tribunal Superior Eleitoral) (TSE), in a preliminary estimate, says that this year's municipal elections in Brazil will cost US$ 209.5 million (595 million reais). For the sake of comparison, the 2000 municipal elections cost US$ 172.6 million (490.3 million reais).

Lula's Party Wins in Six State Capitals PDF Print E-mail
2004 - October 2004
Written by Agência Brasil   
Monday, 04 October 2004 06:53

The mayors of 11 state capitals were elected yesterday in the first round of voting in Brazilian municipal elections: Belo Horizonte (state of Minas Gerais), Recife (Pernambuco), Aracaju (Sergipe), Macapá (Amapá), Rio Branco (Acre), Palmas (Tocantins), Rio de Janeiro (Rio de Janeiro), São Luís (Maranhão), João Pessoa (Paraí­ba), Campo Grande (Mato Grosso do Sul) and Boa Vista (Roraima) – where the winner got more than 50% of the valid votes.

The Result in Sí£o Paulo : a Second Election PDF Print E-mail
Columnists - Guy Burton
Written by Guy Burton   
Monday, 04 October 2004 04:11

Contrary to the opinion polls, the PSDB's José Serra swept into the second round at the end of this month with an eight-point lead over his challenger, Marta Suplicy, of the PT.  As political deals are brokered by these two parties with the losing candidates, how will the next stage of the election campaign unfold?

IMF: Brazil Is Reaping Fruits of Past Policies PDF Print E-mail
2004 - October 2004
Written by Anoop Singh   
Saturday, 02 October 2004 11:42

This year, 2004, is proving to be a very important year of recovery and growth for the Latin America. Developments have been even more favorable than we expected. In particular, the recovery in Latin America has strengthened further and broadened from the initial upturn in exports to increasing strength in domestic demand.

Brazil's Frangosul and Arabs: No Chickenfeed Deal PDF Print E-mail
2004 - October 2004
Written by Isaura Daniel   
Friday, 01 October 2004 18:50

Arab diplomats visit FrangosulChicken industry Doux Frangosul, from the Brazilian southernmost state of Rio Grande do Sul, wants to increase its exports to the Arab countries by 10% to 15% up to the end of the year.

A Brazilian Voice Against US and EU Protectionism PDF Print E-mail
2004 - October 2004
Written by Isaura Daniel   
Friday, 01 October 2004 13:07

The governor of the southernmost Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul, Germano Rigotto, asked the Arab diplomats present at the 6th Ambassador Meeting in state capital Porto Alegre to join Brazil in the fight against foreign trade barriers.

Angola and Brazil Build Agricultural Ties PDF Print E-mail
2004 - October 2004
Written by Bianca Estrella   
Friday, 01 October 2004 12:50

Getting acquainted with research projects in the fields of environmental surveillance, fruit-growing, and coffee cultivation was the purpose of the visit by the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development of the Republic of Angola, Gilberto Buta Lutucuta, to the Savannah Unit of the Brazilian Agricultural Research Company (Embrapa Cerrados), in the Federal District.

Spain Pitches In for Brazil's Zero Hunger PDF Print E-mail
2004 - October 2004
Written by Juliana Cézar Nunes   
Friday, 01 October 2004 12:35

The Spanish International Cooperation Agency is in the final phase of evaluating a project that entails the donation of one thousand tons of food to the Brazilian Zero Hunger program.

Brazil Forecast: Less Grain, More Meat PDF Print E-mail
2004 - October 2004
Written by Cristiane Ribeiro   
Friday, 01 October 2004 12:12

 In its eighth estimate of the 2004 agricultural harvest in Brazil, the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) forecasts a volume of 119.386 million tons, 3.43% less than the 123.632 million tons harvested in 2003.

Brazil Votes for Mayor and City Council This Sunday PDF Print E-mail
2004 - October 2004
Written by Fabrício Ofugi   
Friday, 01 October 2004 10:49

On October 3, 2004, more than 115 million Brazilian voters in 5,562 municipalities will cast their ballots for mayor and city councillors in elections that are totally computerized.

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