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  1. Brazil builder bribery probe to hit economyRead the original story w/Photo

    7 min ago | Iol.co.za

    ... at Petroleo Brasileiro that has spread to Brazil's biggest builders is threatening to derail President Dilma Rousseff's efforts to revive Latin America's largest economy. The TCU, a federal court that acts as a public-spending watchdog, said it was ...

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  2. Brazil investors ready to listen when next finance minister speaksRead the original story

    15 min ago | Reuters

    Brazil's next finance minister, banker Joaquim Levy, is expected to explain his plans for fixing a stagnant economy after President Dilma Rousseff appoints him to head her economic team on Thursday. Investors eagerly await Levy's first comments to see whether the respected Bradesco executive will introduce more business-friendly policies in Rousseff's second term that starts on Jan. 1. Rousseff will also name former Deputy Finance Minister Nelson Barbosa as her new planning minister in charge of the budget, government officials told Reuters.

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  3. Brazilian ADRs: How The New Government Policies Will Impact PricesRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    ... lows. Much of the volatility this year had to do with the elections that took place about a month ago and saw Dilma Rousseff winning her re-election by a small fraction of votes. The market was clearly pushing for a different, market-friendlier ...

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  4. Nobody is pushing Thomas Piketty's economic inequality policiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Washington Examiner

    ... either. Even in Brazil, with near-zero growth and much greater inequality than the U.S., incumbent President Dilma Rousseff saw her percentage slip from 56 percent in 2010 to 52 percent this October. In Britain, facing an election next May, there ...

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  5. Defense in Brazil's Petrobras probe trying to change courtRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Reuters

    ... as the company is formally known, has shaken Brazil's economy and became the biggest crisis yet for President Dilma Rousseff, who was chairwoman of the company's board from 2003 to 2010. Moro has instructed defendants not to name elected officials ...

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  6. UN committee calls on countries to protect right to privacyRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | InfoWorld

    ... Angela Merkel's mobile phone. There were also reports that the U.S. also spied on Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff among other political leaders. The new draft resolution was passed Tuesday without a vote by the General Assembly's Third Committee ...

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  7. UPDATE 1-Brazil central gov't posts budget surplus of $1.6 bln in OctoberRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | Reuters

    ... agencies alike is one main problems the administration's new economic will face in a second term of President Dilma Rousseff that starts on New Year's day. Rousseff's pick for the finance ministry, Joaquim Levy, is a fiscal conservative who is ...

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  8. Obituary: Eduardo CamposRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 14, 2014 | The Economist

    ... hinted at supporting him for president in 2018, Mr Campos decided not to wait and to run against President Dilma Rousseff, Lula's chosen successor, this year. "What's she achieved? She's opened up many issues but she hasn't concluded anything," was ...

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  9. Emerging Markets-Brazil's real rallies as future economic policy eyedRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Reuters

    Brazil's currency, the real, strengthened for the second straight day on Wednesday as investors grew more confident that President Dilma Rousseff would name banker Joaquim Levy, a market favorite, as finance minister. The real was trading nearly 1 percent higher at midday at 2.5516 to the dollar.

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  10. Brazil may have escaped recession, but not the minefieldRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Reuters

    ... lose its investment-grade rating if nobody knows yet to what extent the government of re-elected President Dilma Rousseff will cut spending and hike taxes? And what if Sao Paulo, one of the world's largest cities, runs out of water? Reservoirs have ...

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  11. Protest in Brazil against the president and corruptionRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | CNN

    Since the results of the Presidential Election in Brazil in the 26 of October of 2014, and the close victory of current president Dilma Rousseff from PT against Senator Aecio Neves from PSDB protest broke through the country because of many factors. The fact that the Workers Party has been in power 12 years and is going for more 4 years and the country is getting worse on a daily basis.

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  12. Watch This Brazilian ETF Following The Petrobras ScandalRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    ... Latin American oil company, dominating Brazil's oil and gas sector. The company has been headed by president Dilma Rousseff from 2003 to 2010, per Bloomberg . PwC informed the company last month it wouldn't sign off on results and would alert U.S. ...

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  13. Emerging markets: The dodgiest duo in the suspect sixRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | The Economist

    ... a primary surplus (before interest payments) of close to 3% of GDP-enough to begin reducing its debts. But Dilma Rousseff, the newly re-elected president, has played havoc with Brazil's public finances. In 2014 spending has expanded at twice the ...

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  14. Bello: Brazil and its backyardRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2014 | The Economist

    ... influence in its backyard. And on foreign policy, as on economics, there is a clear gap between President Dilma Rousseff of the centre-left Workers' Party (PT), who wants a second term, and her rival, AA cio Neves, of the centre-right Party of ...

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  15. UN moves to strengthen digital privacyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 13, 2011 | Turkish Daily News

    ... Snowden affair and revelations of US spying targeting German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff. With the international focus now on defeating Islamists in Iraq and Syria, opponents of the resolution argued that ...

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  16. UN Expands Anti-Spying Resolution to Include Metadata CollectionRead the original story

    Yesterday | Bloomberg

    ... NSA may have tapped German Chancellor Angela Merkel 's mobile phone and eavesdropped on Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff 's private communications. The global debate over U.S. spying at home and overseas has since been eclipsed by the rise and ...

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  17. Brazil soy moratorium extended to protect Amazon forestRead the original story

    Tuesday | Reuters

    ... 2013 spiked by 29 percent from a year earlier. Scientists and rainforest activists have accused President Dilma Rousseff's government of turning a blind eye to renewed abuses by loggers, ranchers and other developers in the region. The government ...

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  18. Emerging Markets-Brazil's real up on outlook for policymaking teamRead the original story

    Tuesday | Reuters

    Brazil's currency strengthened on Tuesday as investors latched on to the likely nomination this week of market-friendly banker Joaquim Levy as finance minister during President Dilma Rousseff's second term. Other Latin American currencies and stock indexes were little changed, although Chile's peso weakened for the second straight day.

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  19. US market regulator investigating PetrobrasRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Channelnewsasia.com

    ... claims by a detained former Petrobras director that politicians, mostly allies of newly re-elected President Dilma Rousseff, received billions of dollars in kickbacks financed by cash creamed from inflated contracts. There is no suggestion Rousseff ...

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  20. ANALYSIS-Brazil's new economy chief will need space from RousseffRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | AlertNet

    When Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff first considered replacing Finance Minister Guido Mantega two years ago, a top aide confided that any good candidate for the job would have to meet two requirements. First, a good personal relationship with Rousseff, a notoriously gruff and demanding manager known for making subordinates break down in tears.

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