Monthly Archives: January 2012

Collapse(s) in Rio. A sad tradition

This week 3 buildings collapsed in the heart of Rio de Janeiro. So far, 4 people died. 14 are missing. The tragedy could be much worse if it had not happened at 20:40 in the evening. But I can’t help … Continue reading

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The Economist on Race in Brazil

Race in Brazil Affirming a divide Black Brazilians are much worse off than they should be. But what is the best way to remedy that?  The shadow of the past IN APRIL 2010, as part of a scheme to beautify … Continue reading

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Good news on the internationalization of Brazilian pharmaceutical

A partnership between the Brazilian Association of Pharma Chemicals and Pharmaceutical Raw Material (Abiquif) and Apex-Brazil plans to advance the internationalization of the industry and increase exports of their products. The plan is to invest over three million dollars in … Continue reading

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Colombian equity fund getting to Europe. A lesson to Brazilians

Citywire today brings the news that Colombian asset manager Bolsa y Renta (ByR), has brought its “flagship domestic equity offering” to Europe in response to growing demand among institutional investors for local country specialists. The group says it is the first to offer singular access … Continue reading

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Brazil Global’s top posts of 2011

Thanks to our readers and contributors, we have grown in size and depth of discussion. A blog is hard work and we’d like to share our stats with you. Here are our top posts and pages of the year. Title Views Home … Continue reading

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