The 43 edition of Pow Wow, largest event of the tourism industry in the USA, ended last week with large protests for Brazil to be included in the program “ Visa Waiver.” Brazilians attending the event were wearing bottons with the American and Brazilian flags and the words “Visa Waiver Now!” Today, Brazilians tourists needContinue reading “Brazilian Tourists in the US”
French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde is in Brazil today as part of an effort to broaden support in developing countries for her candidacy to head the International Monetary Fund. Brazil was the first emerging- market country to invite her after she announced her candidacy. She also plans to visit China, India and countries in Africa and the Middle East,Continue reading “France wants Brazil support for Lafarge nomination in IMF”
BBC came out with an interesting article about the polemic amended law Brazil’s Chamber of Deputies has voted to ease restrictions on the amount of land farmers must preserve as forest. The amended law also grants some amnesties for previous deforestation. Supporters say Brazil needs land to boost agricultural production, while environmentalists say destruction ofContinue reading “BBC: “Brazil eases rules on conserving Amazon rainforest””
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It is not everyday that a Brazilian university is ranked among the 5 best in the world by an international and respected newspaper. The Financial Times ranked Fundação Dom Cabral fifth overall in the FT’s executive education ranking, and third for customized courses. FDC is in Minas Gerais but most of its teaching is done in-company, ( São PauloContinue reading “Brazilian university ranked among the best business schools in the world”