Thursday Dec 5
Brazilian Port Chaos In 2014
With an expected eight million metric ton increase in production from last year's record crop and no appreciable expansion in port capacity, the system may enter into partial collapse, warned Luiz Fayet, an infrastructure specialist linked to the Brazilian Agricultural Confederation .
Vale Tudo: A Rich, Storied & Complex Past
The history of vale tudo can be traced back to 1914, when "Conde Koma" Mitsuyo Maeda landed on the shores of Porto Alegre, Brazil, for a series of martial arts exhibitions.