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Indústrias do Brasil e da Alemanha defendem em carta acordo Mercosul-União Europeia

Representantes das indústrias do Brasil e da Alemanha assinaram carta em que defendem a conclusão do acordo comercial entre Mercosul e União Europeia.

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Bar by bar, Heineken battles AB Inbev in Brazil

SAO PAULO/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Sao Paulo bar owner Arthur Santi has long served up boatloads of ice-cold Skol, one of Brazil’s most popular beer brands and a mainstay of brewing giant Ambev SA (ABEV3.SA).

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Key Issues Facing Brazil's Sugar and Ethanol Industry

Sugarcane in Brazil is a highly versatile crop and an important part of Brazil’s economy. Sugar is Brazil’s fourth largest export with $8.1 billion of proceeds (4.4% of total exports), and
sugarcane is the number one source of renewable energy in Brazil, supplying almost 17 percent of the country’s total energy consumption.

This special report addresses sugarcane’s key components: sugar, ethanol, and energy production, and the market forces and government policies that shape their present as well as their future.

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Boeing and Embraer Likely to Reach a Deal, Brazil Defense Chief Says

Comments suggest a shift after ministry’s caution on the talks
Boeing Co. and Embraer SA are getting closer to a deal, Brazil’s new defense chief said, as talks advance to forge the second global alliance between major airplane manufacturers in six months.

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Norsk Hydro completes Brazil aluminum extrusion plants acquisition

Norsk Hydro completed Monday its acquisition of Arconic's two aluminum extrusion plants in Brazil. Last December, Hydro announced that it would pay $10 million for the two extrusion plants in Utinga and Tubarao in southern Brazil.

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US will negotiate exemption on Brazilian steel imports, Temer says

President Michel Temer reported during a meeting of the Economic and Social Development Council (CDES) on Wednesday (21 March) that the United States government has designated Brazil as one of the first countries with which it will negotiate an exemption in the recently-announced tariffs on steel

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Suzano wins battle for Fibria, creating Brazil pulp giant

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazil’s Suzano Papel e Celulose SA (SUZB3.SA) won a battle to tie up with larger rival Fibria Celulose SA (FIBR3.SA), creating the world’s biggest wood pulp producer despite aggressive offers from Netherlands-based Paper Excellence BV.

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U.S. space companies aim to help Brazil rocket base lift off

BRASILIA (Reuters) - U.S. companies eager to tap into the fast-growing market for low-cost satellite launches could become the first customers when Brazil’s Alcantara space center near the equator opens as a commercial spaceport, executives and Brazilian officials said.

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Amazon may finally bring its full retail business to Brazil

In 2017, Amazon Brazil started allowing third-party sellers to list their items on the website. Apparently, though, that could've been just the beginning of the e-commerce titan's expansion in the biggest retail market in Latin America.

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Wintershall looks to Brazil for new oil production ventures

KASSEL, Germany (Reuters) - BASF’s oil and gas subsidiary Wintershall announced plans on Wednesday to expand into Brazil’s growing offshore oil sector as part of a drive to boost sales and profit this year.

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