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Japan to lend $200 mln to Brazil's Amaggi soy group
Japan agreed on Friday to lend $200 million to Brazil's Amaggi Exportacao e Importacao, one of the world's largest soybean growing operations, as the Asian country deepens its footprint in Brazil's farm belt.
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As Evangelical Clout Grows, Brazil May Face New Culture Wars
As he wishes them the peace of the Lord, a group of supporters shout out: "Enough of corruption, enough of people who don't know the word of God.
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Can Brazil's stock market predict an election?
Now that the World Cup is over, media attention has shifted away from Brazil for the time being, but only temporarily.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
Wall Street Journal
Rousseff, Allies Mobilize Against Opponents of Economic Policies
SAfO PAULO-With a drumbeat of negative economic news weighing on Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff's chances at a second term, her administration is testing a new strategy: shoot the messenger.
Mail & Guardian
The Brics give in to Western junkies' fix
Sub-imperialists: From left, Russia's president Vladimir Putin, India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Brazil's president Dilma Rousseff, China's president Xi Jinping and President Jacob Zuma.
The Washington Post
Latin Americaa s support for Palestinians and the echoes of the Cold War
From left, presidents from the Mercosur nations --Uruguay's Jose Mujica, Brazil's Dilma Rousseff, Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro, Argentina's Cristina Fernandez, Paraguay's Horacio Cartes and Bolivia's Evo Morales -- during a summit in Caracas on July 29. On Wednesday, Bolivia's outspoken President Evo Morales denounced Israel's offensive in the Gaza ... (more)
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Brazil Might Not Be As Bad As Brazilians Think
Even though the country slipped in a recent social inclusion index, now trailing arch-rival Argentina, Brazil has a lot to be proud about.
Workers' Party boss sees Rousseff re-election despite inflation
High inflation should not keep Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff from getting re-elected in October because wage earners have been cushioned by social gains made during a decade of Workers' Party rule, the party's boss said.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Amgen to chop more than 2,000 jobs, but expand in South S.F.
Robert A. Bradway, president and chief operating officer of Amgen Inc., takes part in a panel discussion during the "Brazil-U.S.: Partnership for the 21st Century" event at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Monday, April 9, 2012.
Silicon Alley Insider
Argentina's President Is Spending The Last Few Hours Before Her Country's Default Among Friends
It was late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's 60th birthday. They did however, arrive in time for a bash thrown by Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff.
Buenos Aires Herald
On Latin American solidarity
As the Argentine government struggles to avoid defaulting on its debt, little effort has been made by Latin American countries to speak with a united voice in support of the country's position.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff calls Israel's conflict with Hamas 'a massacre'
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff made the comment while speaking with local media outlets Monday from the presidential residence in Brasilia.
Santander stirs Brazil election storm with client note
Spain's Banco Santander SA finds itself in an unwanted spotlight in Brazil after its local subsidiary irked the government by circulating a client note saying that the re-election of President Dilma Rousseff would likely push asset prices lower.
Buenos Aires Herald
Brazil inflation imperils Rousseff's reelection bid
Brazil's governing coalition is worried about high inflation and will seek to contain it to avoid hurting President Dilma Rousseff's reelection chances in October, running mate and Vice-President Michel Temer said in an interview last week.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
United Jewish Federation of Tidewater
Brazil's Jewish community head apologizes for Israeli spokesman's remarks
Brazil's Jewish community apologized to the administration of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff for statements by the spokesman of Israel's foreign ministry after Brazil recalled its envoy over the Gaza conflict.
Cooperation with China brings new opportunity to Latin America
Chinese President Xi Jinping's recent trip to Latin America, the second in 13 months, demonstrated the important role Latin America plays in China's overall diplomacy and brought new opportunity to the bilateral ties.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Buenos Aires Herald
Brazil to condemn Israel at Mercosur summit
Brazil is set to propose at the summit of Presidents of Mercosur next Tuesday that the organism condemns Israel's military offensive on the Gaza Strip after the diplomatic quarrel that it had with the Jewish state, which led to it recalling an envoy from Tel Aviv.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Brazil's Coming Melt-Up
Recent polls show that Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has been waning in popularity, resulting in the very real possibility that she does not get re-elected.
Petrobras: Better After October Election, Barclays Ups To Buy
According to Barclays , the outlook for Brazilian energy giant Petrobras will be better once the October election is over, regardless of who wins.
Telecom Italia CEO says TIM Brasil will participate in 4G 700MHz auction
Brasil) will take part in the upcoming auction of 4G mobile spectrum in the 700MHz band, due to kick off in September, says Marco Patuano, the of its Italian controller Telecom Italia.