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03/31/17 BRAZIL SEEN PRODUCING A HUGE SOYBEAN CROP

Brazil could harvest 113.3 million tons of soybeans in the 2016/2017 season. According to the Rally da Safra, the main expedition to monitor the grain harvest in Brazil, this estimate is a result of favorable weather and an...

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03/31/17 Gezhouba plans to buy Brazilian utility

A China Gezhouba Group Co Ltd subsidiary plans to purchase a 100 percent stake of a Brazilian water supply company, in a bid to expand its investment in local public-private partnership projects and to improve its presence in the...

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03/30/17 Mercado mundial de serviços em nuvem pública crescerá 18% em 2017

O Gartner, instituto de consultoria na área de tecnologia, estima que o mercado mundial de serviços de Nuvem Pública crescerá 18% em 2017, chegando a US$ 246,8 bilhões, acima dos US$ 209,2 bilhões registrados em 2016. O maior...

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03/30/17 Brazil eyeing presidential visit to White House

Brazilian and U.S. officials are in talks about a White House visit by President Michel Temer to discuss bilateral trade and investment issues, two sources in Temer's office said on Wednesday. U.S. President Donald Trump invited...

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03/30/17 Brazil Group Maintains Beef Export Forecast Despite Scandal

Brazilian beef exporting group Abiec has kept its 2017 export projections unchanged at 1.5 million tons despite a sharp drop in March shipments caused by a federal police probe into alleged corruption and bribes targeting food-...

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03/29/17 Ibovespa ganha força e atinge a máxima do dia antes de anúncio do governo; dólar cai

Após uma abertura fraca, o Ibovespa ganhou forças no início da tarde desta quarta-feira (29) puxado pelos dados de estoque de petróleo nos EUA, que ficaram abaixo do esperado pelo mercado, e se descolando do cenário de tensão...

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03/29/17 EU and Brazilian researchers: Amazon River older than previously thought

The Amazon River contributes a fifth of the total fresh water supply to the global oceans and has the largest drainage basin of all rivers around the world. The history of the river and its basin has been hard to assess, but...

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03/28/17 Brazil's Caixa sees profit rising, no asset sales this year

Profit at Caixa Econômica Federal will rise this year as cost controls and stricter credit risk assessment allow Brazil's largest mortgage lender to scale down loan-loss provisions, Chief Executive Officer Gilberto Occhi said on...

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03/28/17 THE 25 BEST US CITIES TO SPEND A WEEKEND

Sometimes you just want to get away and explore a totally new city. And for that, we've got you covered. This year at Thrillist, we're rolling out massive, comprehensive travel guides to great American cities like NOLA, San Diego...

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03/28/17 Brazil Invites Turkish Investment As New Rounds Open In 2017 And 2018

Brazil has invited Turkish oil and gas companies to invest in the South American country’s energy sector revitalization process in 2017 and 2018, according to new reporting from Anadolu Agency. Milton Cosa Filho, of the Brazilian...

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03/28/17 Qatari Fund to Sell $900 Million Holding in Santander Brazil

Qatar Investment Authority, the Persian Gulf country’s sovereign wealth fund, is selling as much as $900 million-worth of shares in Banco Santander SA’s Brazilian unit, taking advantage of a more than 75 percent rally in the...

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03/27/17 BNDES anuncia fundo de R$ 500 milhões para investir em startups

O Banco Nacional de Desenvolvimento Econômico (BNDES) anunciou que lançará em abril chamada pública para contratar o gestor de um fundo de R$ 500 milhões destinado às startups brasileiras. A intenção é que as empresas que recebam...

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03/27/17 Brazil breathes a sigh of relief as most meat export bans lifted

China, Chile and Egypt lifted suspensions on Brazilian meat imports on Saturday in a victory for the Latin American country`s third-biggest export industry, the Brazilian government said. China, which accounts for about one-...

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03/27/17 China lifts ban on Brazilian beef

China has lifted an import ban on beef from Brazil after Brazilian authorities promised to block shipments by producers at the center of a product quality scandal, a foreign ministry spokeswoman said Monday. Brazil also has...

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03/27/17 Delegation from Brazil’s aerospace conglomerate to visit Zambia

A delegation from Brazil’s aerospace conglomerate (Embraer) that produces military, commercial, executive and agriculture aircraft and provides aeronautical services, will next week be visiting Zambia on programmes aimed at...

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03/27/17 Brazilian Congress prepares to pass Temer’s pension reform

With the end of the waiting period for the Brazilian deputies and senators to present amendments to President Michel Temer's pension reform on Friday, March 17, the Lower House of the National Congress has scheduled to discuss...

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03/24/17 Environmentalists and farmers must unite to save Amazon, says ex Brazilian minister

Former Brazilian Environment Minister Izabella Teixeira has made an impassioned plea for a "new politics of consensus", urging farmers, environmentalists and big business to unite in the battle to save the Amazon. Teixeira said...

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03/24/17 Central Bank Now Basically Governing Brazil

It was bound to happen sooner or later. The Central Bank of Brazil is now the directional factor in the country. Political policy is upside down. If not for the central bank and external forces, Brazil would be in trouble again...

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03/23/17 Brazil approves $3.9 billion BM&FBovespa-Cetip tie-up

Brazil's antitrust watchdog Cade on Wednesday approved financial bourse BM&FBovespa SA's (BVMF3.SA) takeover of rival clearinghouse Cetip SA Mercados Organizados (CTIP3.SA), and will not require any antitrust measures beyond...

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03/23/17 Brazil ramps up domestic space satellite, rocket programs

Brazil is developing technology to send domestically-made satellites into space with its own rockets by the end of the decade, aerospace executives and officials said ahead of the launch of the nation's first defense and...

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