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Challenges of Dilma Rousseff’s new mandate in a divided country

The ballot boxes have spoken. Dilma won. Narrowly but won. The democratic rule will be respected because Brazil proved to be a great democracy, despite an election campaign marked by insults. The problem in any democracy is that the minority must submit to the majority. However, when the result is so narrow the majority starts

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46% of companies in Brazil plan to increase investments

Brazilian businessmen are promising to invest more in economic powers such as Germany, the UK and Japan, and emerging countries as China and Mexico, despite the pessimism. According to Valor Economico, a Brazilian daily, a survey by Grant Thornton showed that 20% of Brazilian executives expect deteriorating in the local economy over the next 12

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Strategic partnership Brazil and the European Union

The European Union in Numbers

Brazil in Numbers