Brazil News

Brazilian President Lula’s South American Summit Brings Together Struggling Peers

Brazil’s Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is hosting his South American counterparts in Brasilia as he seeks to bolster regional relations, an ambitious plan that widespread political turbulence and the continent’s sluggish economies threaten to leave dead on arrival

Petrobras Offshore Drilling Appeal to Get Environmental Review by Ibama

The Brazilian company has had an oil rig in place since early December, awaiting approval to drill in block FZA-M-59, costing around US$1 million a day

Brazil Announces Tax Cuts to Ease Access to Cheap Cars, Boost Industry

President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva rolled out a series of tax breaks to make low-priced vehicles more accessible for working families, as he looks to breathe fresh life into Brazil’s battered manufacturing sector

Lula’s Feud with Brazil’s Central Bank Raises Rates Dilemma to Global Stage

The Brazilian president’s feud with Campos Neto is shining a light on a growing risk of rate hikes around the globe


Billionaire Marcelo Claure Expands Shein’s Fast-Fashion Empire in Brazil

Vale Invests $2.7 Billion Amazon Mining Project to Expand Iron Output

How the Logemann Family Built SLC Agricola Into a $900M Farming Empire in Brazil

US Default Insurance Cost Eclipses Brazil, Mexico as Time Runs Out to Lift Borrowing Limit

World’s Biggest Pulp Producer Suzano Considers Trading With China in Yuan


Equinor, Repsol Sinopec, Petrobras Proceed With $9 Billion Brazil Gas Investment

Damage to Amazon Rainforest Could Cost Brazil $184 Billion: World Bank

Lula Flays Brazil’s Monetary Policy Days Before Central Bank Meets Over Rates

Marcelo Claure Sees Brazil as Shein’s Springboard to Growth In Latin America

Brazil Industrial Production Falls in February in Latest Blow to Lula da Silva


Brazilian Boats and Yachts Enjoy Tailwinds with Tax Incentives and Lower Costs

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