Tag Archives: Dilma Rousseff

Should one worry about Brazilian democracy?

One of the pillars of Brazilian good economic phase is a political stability built over more then 30 years. A turnaround case from the dark 70ths when democracy was “constrained” by the military regime.  Now, signs of concern arise as … Continue reading

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BBC: “Brazil eases rules on conserving Amazon rainforest”

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 … Continue reading

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Hoping to do « Negócios da China »

China is Brazil’s main commercial partner. The bilateral commerce between Brazil and China was R$ 56 bi in 2010, with China registering R$ 5 bi surplus.In 2009, China became Brazil’s main trading partner, leaving the US in the second place. … Continue reading

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