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According to the general, the Brazilian government is part of ICAO Group I, to which the nations with the highest levels of operational safety belong. The Brazilian government is recognized as a committed follower of internationally used practices and recommendations. “In various areas, Brazil develops ...
Amidst political chaos and uncertainty, Brazil's economy continues on its path to recovery receiving a vote of confidence by ratings agency Moody's. There is hope Brazil will be able to continue the necessary economic reforms once a new President takes office next year. On 9 April, two days after former ...

Marcio Pochmann, an economist, and president of the Perseu Abramo Foundation said: “It's fundamental that this government plan impedes the dismantling of the nation and sale of national assets. He emphasized that the government program has been constructed over the past 18 months, amid high ...
Privatizing Eletrobras, Brazil's state-owned energy generation and distribution, has been one of the pillars of Michel Temer's economic agenda – or at least, what's left of it. The problem is that Congress has not been so supportive as of late. About 42 percent of congressmen support the deal, which is not ...
MEXCIO CITY – Mexico has banned federal institutions and state governments from doing business with Brazilian construction firm Odebrecht for the next ... Ecuador jailed its vice president over the Odebrecht scandal, and the company has paid billions of dollars in settlements in the United States, Brazil ...
The main promise of the Brazilian Federal Government related to plan 'Internet para Todos' (Internet for All), published at the end of 2017, is a Telebras satellite which cost R$ 2.7 billion (US$ 800 million) and has not been used since June 2017, when it went into orbit. After an auction which failed to attract ...

Lava Jato has revealed massive graft in business and politics, not just in Brazil but across much of Latin America. Its revelations ... The case of Lula, Brazil's president from 2003 to 2010, is emblematic. Prosecutors ... But his entering a prison cell will still be momentous for Brazilian democracy. It was not ...
RIO DE JANEIRO — Exxon Mobil and other oil companies opened their wallets at an offshore oil auction in Brazil on Thursday in a sign that the industry was ... Combined, the auction brought the Brazilian government more than $2.4 billion in payments for both deepwater and shallow-water prospects.
(RTTNews) - The Brazilian government failed to receive bids for onshore oil blocks auctioned on Thursday. The tender included 21 onshore blocks in the Paran? and Parna?ba basins. The absence of demand for those blocks reflects the fact that tendered areas are little known and have technological ...
As it struggles to control its second deadly yellow fever outbreak in consecutive years, Brazil's government has said it will vaccinate everyone in this continent-sized ... In the early 20th century, Brazilian cities were blighted by the disease but by 1942, Brazil had seen its last case of urban yellow fever.

The Brazilian government has this week designated two new marine protected areas, increasing the area of Brazilian waters covered from 1.5 to 24.5 per cent. Brazil's president Michel Temer made the announcement during the 8th World Water forum taking place in Brasilia from 18 to 23 March, after a two-year campaign ...
Brazil used to subsidise roughly 50% of the country's total credit via below-market-rate loans to large corporations. To finance the programme, the government itself had to borrow at lofty rates. The upshot? Brazilian interest rates were at one time among the world's highest, but since the government ...
A report commissioned by the Brazilian Senate concluded that “the Brazilian state, directly or indirectly, perpetrates the genocide of the young black population.” That same government provides Brazil's hyper-militarized police force with the tools to commit some of the worst human-rights atrocities in South ...
Brazil government signs up over 2,000 cities for internet program. By Phil Anderson Friday, March 9, 2018. BNamericas. Notify me Bookmark. Share ... The governors of at least 2,260 Brazilian cities are expected to sign agreements on Monday to join the government's Internet for .
Coca-Cola and Nestle are negotiating with the Brazilian government to privatize the Guarani Aquifier in South America. ... 2016 that the companies were negotiating for control of the aquifer, a water reserve that spans about 460,000 square miles under the surface of Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, and Bolivia.
Most of South Africa's white slime is reportedly imported from Brazil, and is used in processed meats. White slime is also imported from Thailand, Argentina and the US. ... But the Brazilian government denied that it was to blame. "We believe it is unfair and irresponsible to hold Brazilian meat liable for the ...
They are among the poorest people in Brazil, with a poverty rate of around 75 percent among quilombolas, compared to 25.4 percent in the general population, government data shows. In Quilombo Cachoeira Porteira, where Ms. Souza lives, the quilombolas eke out a living by harvesting nuts, and through ...
A special congressional committee has been formed to analyze federal bill PL 9463/18, which proposed the privatization of Brazil's state-owned energy company, Eletrobras. The commission, which was set up after Senate-imposed Brazilian President Michel Temer was unable to secure enough votes to ...
Those lined up on the January morning in Sao Paulo were also racing against the clock. The Brazilian government, faced with the task of vaccinating millions as quickly as possible, said it would begin reducing vaccine doses in Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro by the end of January to help stretch supplies.
(RTTNews) - The Brazilian government can change the tax structure on fuel prices, but this kind of decision still needs to be discussed with the country's states, said Minister of Finance, Henrique Meirelles, in an interview with CBN radio. Meirelles was talking about a state tax (ICMS) that varies from a state ...


 

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