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The Brazilian Congress impeached the head of the executive, president Dilma Rousseff. All senators voted, under the processual supervision of the president of the Supreme Court, Ricardo Lewandowski. The result: 61 in favor and 20 senators against the impeachment. Is … Continue reading
The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland ended yesterday debating the world’s most pressing issues and long-term challenges, including inequality, climate change and terrorism. For Brazil, the forum was an opportunity to reverse the negative news flow: low … Continue reading
Amidst a history full of oligarchies and military coups, Brazilian democracy emerges and give signs of maturity. An exciting presidential race challenges the supremacy of popular party PT, in office after 12 years. But what could be an easy reelection … Continue reading
Ibope and Datafolha polls both shows Aecio Neves with 51% of valid votes, while Dilma Rousseff has 49%. Where will Marina Silva’s voters go? First take of Ibope poll: 64% of Marina Silva’s voters in the first round choose Aecio in … Continue reading
Politics in Brazil Early kick-off From The Economist The 2014 presidential campaign gets under way Feb 23rd 2013 | SÃO PAULO |From the print edition A CAMPAIGN that officially lasts just three months should mean that Brazil’s next presidential election, due in … Continue reading
2012 was a year of contrasts for Brazil. To start with, FDI was record but the country is not cheap anymore. Momentum is still positive. 7 out of 10 business leaders interviewed by the E&Y attractiveness survey point Brazil as the most attractive place to establish … Continue reading
Germany is the fourth largest trading partner of Brazil. No wonder President Dilma was invited to the opening of high-tech fair CeBIT in Hannover, where Brazil will be country-theme. CeBIT is the largest technology fair in the world, with more than 4200 exhibitors … Continue reading