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Brasil participa de discussões multilaterais sobre segurança e privacidade na internet

Brasília – Em meio à divulgação de informações de que, nos Estados Unidos, o governo monitora telefonemas e e-mails, as autoridades brasileiras defendem a ampliação das discussões sobre o tema, sob a ótica do interesse dos cidadãos. O porta-voz do Ministério das Relações Exteriores, embaixador Tovar da Silva Nunes, disse à Agência Brasil que os

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Brazilian industry demands Mercosur looks for new markets or will end ‘isolated’

“Brazil runs the risk of losing more space in its export markets if it doesn’t fully address the global challenge of looking for new partnerships in world trade”, reads an official document from the CNI. The report then mentions a long list of trade agreements recently signed worldwide, others in discussion and concluded that Brazil

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Brazil trapped by Argentina and Venezuela economic mismanagements

Under the heading of “Brazil and the neighbours’ crises, just next door” columnist Sergio Leo exposed the growing concern and disenchantment in the cabinet of President Rousseff with the economic situation of Argentina and Venezuela, Mercosur partners. “Ideology sympathy was strong, geopolitical proximity also but what sends the shivers down the backs of President Rousseff

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EU confident trade accord with Mercosur will be signed at the beginning of 2014

“It’s a matter of political willingness,” said Yáñez Barnuevo, who was flanked by European lawmakers Josefa Andrés Barea and Ana Miranda (Spain), Jean-Pierre Audy (France) and Mario Pirillo (Italy). Although the European lawmakers admitted that a trade deal between the two blocs has been on the table for more than a decade, he stressed that

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FT/IFA Business of Football Summit 2013 – 17 June 2013

FT/IFA Business of Football Summit 2013 17 June 2013| Copacabana Palace, Rio de Janiero, Brazil It is our great pleasure to invite you to attend the first Financial Times – International Football Arena  Business of Football Summit taking place on 17th June 2013 at the Copacabana Palace in Rio de Janiero. Against the backdrop of

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The Brazil Business Summit – Paris, July the 4th – The Economist Events

Don’t miss out on a unique Brazilian event bringing together the best experts of the market: THE 4th BRAZIL BUSINESS SUMMIT organized by The Economist Events at the Shangri-La Hotel in Paris. After 7.5% growth in 2010, followed by a fall to 2.7% in 2011, the Brazilian economy is now stagnating with only 1% growth

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“The EU-Brazil Strategic Partnership: Realities and Potentials”: working documents #5 Author: Patrick Messerlin

CEPS (Centre for European Policy Studies), in cooperation with FRIDA and EUBrasil, organized the event “The EU-Brazil Strategic Partnership: Realities and Potentials” in Brussels, offering an in-depth analysis of the current state and prospects of development of relations between the European Union and Brazil. This event was the conclusion of a project which has been

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“The EU-Brazil Strategic Partnership: Realities and Potentials”: working documents #4 – Authors: Daniel Gros, Cinzia Alcidi, Alessandro Giovannini

CEPS (Centre for European Policy Studies), in cooperation with FRIDA and EUBrasil, organized the event “The EU-Brazil Strategic Partnership: Realities and Potentials” in Brussels, offering an in-depth analysis of the current state and prospects of development of relations between the European Union and Brazil. This event was the conclusion of a project which has been

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The Brazilian Government Is Doing A Startup Program, Too, And They’re Putting A Call Out For Entries

Chile’s not the only South American country with a serious startup accelerator program anymore. Brazil’s Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation said today that it’s willing to invest up to $78 million in 100 local and foreign startups that apply for a new “Start-Up Brasil” program. The idea is to lure both domestic and foreign

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Brazil and the US upgrading diplomatic ties and thinking in more bilateral trade

President Dilma Rousseff will make the first formal state visit by a Brazilian leader to the United States in nearly two decades, according to Reuters’ news agency. The trip allegedly will occur later this year likely in October, officials said on condition of anonymity because the White House has not yet announced the visit. A

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