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Brazil's poultry exports to Russia go up by 12000 tonnes over one month - ABPA

ITAR-TASS: RIO DE JANEIRO, October 2. /TASS/. Brazil's poultry exports to Russia increased from 8,000 tonnes in August to 20,000 tonnes in September, the Brazilian Association of Animal Protein (ABPA) said in a communiquй circulated on Wednesday. “Export of ...
Emilio Alcalde, Krishna Mahon, A&E Olé Networks Brazil, on Brazil's Pay TV

- 3 days earlier @ The company established a new office in Brazil in 2012 in order to increase production of original Brazilian content and currently has a 6% share of the Brazilian pay TV market. In the opening session of the RioMarket TV Seminars on Wednesday, A&E Olé ...

American football growing quickly in Brazil

- 3 days earlier @ + caption Fans of Flamengo Futebol Americano team wave their hands during aTouchdown tournament match at Portuguesa stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014. American football, once the sport Brazilians couldn't understand, ...

Brazil split ahead of presidential poll

- 3 days earlier @ Rio de Janeiro (AFP) - Brazil's electorate is split a week ahead of presidential elections, with polls showing leftist incumbent Dilma Rousseff locked in a dead heat with main rival Marina Silva, who preaches the need for a "new politics."

Brazil's Elo Company records 30% hike in turnover (EXCLUSIVE)

- 2 days earlier @ Sao Paulo's Elo Company – co-managed by music empresario Ruben Feffer and former Mckinsey consultant Sabrina Nudeliman – has recorded a 30% increase in sales turnover within the Brazilian market over the last 12 months, according to its TV Projects ...



Brazil Campaign Takes Twist, as Surprise Leader Silva Falls Behind

Wall Street Journal: SÃO PAULO—Six weeks ago, when she jumped into the presidential race, Marina Silva was hailed as a dynamic outsider who could shake up Brazil's political status quo. The Socialist Party candidate quickly shot to the top of polls with her unusual ...

In pictures: A journey through 19th Century Brazil

BBC News: In 1893, British industrialist Sir Benjamin Stone travelled to Brazil to observe a full solar eclipse. A keen traveller of considerable personal wealth, Sir Benjamin joined a Royal Astronomical Society expedition to the Amazon river. As well as taking ...

UPDATE 1-Itaú exec sees sluggish Brazil credit market, stable defaults

Reuters: Even as Brazil's economy expands little, non-performing loan indicators will begin to stabilize at Itaú in coming quarters after repeated declines, Chief Risk Officer Eduardo Vassimon said at the sidelines of an event in São Paulo. Itaú's 90-day ...

US, Brazil resolve long-running cotton fight

Washington (AFP) - The United States and Brazil closed a 12-year-old fight over US cotton subsidies Wednesday, with the US paying $300 million to the Brazilian Cotton Institute to settle the trade battle.

Brazil posts first trade deficit in seven months

Reuters: Opening up Brazil to more foreign trade would be a "disaster for Brazilian industry," Trade Minister Mauro Borges said in a newspaper interview on Saturday. The comments may offer a preview of Brazilian trade policy for the next four years should ...

Hulk Smash Hope of Brazil's Green Candidate

Bloomberg View: So much so that the Hollywood idol, who played the Hulk on the big screen and is chest deep in his next project, took a break to tape a heartfelt campaign spot in support of the upstart Brazilian environmentalist, who is running second in the ...

Wireless auction gives glimpse of shrinking Brazil market

Brazil's auction of next-generation wireless spectrum was most notable for what was missing: one of the country's four big carriers and, with it, the heated competition that officials hoped for. At the crest is Grupo Oi SA, the carrier absent from the auction. With its soaring debt load and fading fourth-place market share, Oi was already front-and-center in merger speculation. In the auction ...








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Exclusive: US, Brazil close to ending cotton trade rift - sources

Reuters: Relations between the United States and Brazil were strained last year by revelations the National Security Agency spied on President Dilma Rousseff with secret Internet surveillance programs made known in documents leaked by former NSA analyst ...

US and Brazil resolve cotton trade fight

WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States and Brazil have resolved a decade-long trade battle over subsidies Washington provided to U.S. cotton growers.


Fight for Growing Pentecostal Vote in Brazil

ABC News: During a recent service at his 6,000-seat Assemblies of God church in a gritty Rio de Janeiro neighborhood, Brazil's most influential Pentecostal pastor spent half of the service talking about the election, nudging voters to support top opposition ...

Brazil, Europe Co-productions Hampered by Bureaucracy

Variety: Rio de Janeiro – Brazilian and European companies involved in feature co-productions continue to face bureaucratic, administrative and legal obstacles that slow down and raise the cost of productions, agreed participants at the Rio Fest's RioMarket ...

Fight for growing Pentecostal vote in Brazil

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazil's rapid religious transformation is reverberating through the country's tight presidential race, where abortion and gay marriage have emerged as hot-button issues and Pentecostal televangelists are political power brokers.


Brazil Leader Regains Edge in Election Polls

Wall Street Journal: SÃO PAULO—Two new electoral polls show Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff widening her lead over her main challenger in a likely second-round runoff, surveys that disappointed many investors who hope for the incumbent's ouster. The leader would get ...

Chinese, Brazilian names lead decline in ADR market

Reuters: In Brazil, stocks were on track for their biggest one-day drop in three years after an election poll showed President Dilma Rousseff gaining on challenger Marina Silva ahead of Sunday's election. Investors have criticized Rousseff's government for ...

Brazilian Stocks, Currency Plummet as Presidential Election Looms

Wall Street Journal: SÃO PAULO—Brazil's stock market and currency were sent reeling Monday by signs President Dilma Rousseff is pulling ahead of her main challenger in the country's presidential election next month. The Brazilian real weakened to its lowest level against ...

Brazil Giving Exporters $2.5 Billion in Tax Breaks, Mantega Says

Bloomberg: President Dilma Rousseff is struggling to pull Brazil out of recession without fanning above-target inflation or further boosting public debt as she runs for re-election next month. Analysts surveyed by Bloomberg forecast gross domestic product this ...

Brazil stocks slide as Rousseff gains in polls

Rio de Janeiro (AFP) - Brazil's stock market and currency tumbled on signs that President Dilma Rousseff is making up ground on her main challenger less than a week before the country's elections.

"Post-Racial" Brazil - Council on Foreign Relations

With less than one month until Brazil's elections kick-off, Julia Sweig highlights the significance of the heated race between current President Dilma Rousseff and "dark horse" candidate Marina Silva.


Gunman frees hostage held for hours at Brazilian hotel

New York Post: SAO PAULO — A Brazilian hotel was evacuated in the capital, Brasilia, on Monday after a man took hostage an employee who was held for hours before he was safely released to police. Firefighters and police cordoned off the area and about 300 guests and ...

Man Frees Hostage Held for Hours at Brazil Hotel

ABC News: A Brazilian hotel was evacuated in the capital of Brasilia on Monday after a man took hostage an employee who was held for hours before he was safely released to police. Firefighters and police cordoned off the area and about 300 guests and other ...


Rousseff takes lead in Brazil election poll

U-T San Diego: Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff, right, who is running for reelection with the Workers Party (PT), poses for selfie photos with supporters after a meeting with athletes as she campaigns in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014. Brazil will ...

'Teachers not footballers' needed by Brazil

BBC News: In the run up to this year's World Cup in Brazil there were protest banners reading: "Teachers are more important than footballers." For Brazil, this is saying something. And when Brazilians go to the polls for the first round of the presidential ...

Heavy Rain to Continue in Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay Through Wednesday, a series of low pressure systems will traverse central South America bringing locally flooding rainfall to southeastern Brazil, northeastern Argentina and eastern Paraguay. Low pressure brought downpours Sunday night and Monday to ...

Anti-Gay Remarks at Debate Spark Anger in Brazil

ABC News: A minor character in Brazil's election race faced a firestorm of criticism on Monday after saying during a presidential debate that the country needs to stand up against gay people who should receive psychological help far away from the general population.

Economic bets off for Brazil's Rousseff

Brasília (AFP) - Dilma Rousseff is struggling to win re-election in Brazil with an economy that has gone from sizzle to fizzle in her four years in office as the country's first female president.

REPLAY! Ronda Wins at Judo World's In Brazil - BJPenn

So happy to be back in Brazil where the most cherished experience of my judo career took place: this is the semi final of the 2007 world championships, my favorite match ever. So many great memories here :). comments.

Play Music Launches In Brazil And Uruguay, All Access Only In

All Access has technically come to both countries as well, but in the case of Brazil , there appear to be some substantial caveats. We're seeing reports that it's only available to people who own certain Galaxy devices (the ...

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