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After a Year of Protests Brazil Enters 2014 Ready to Welcome the World

It has been quite a year in Brazil. The country experienced huge demonstrations as ...

Brazil Raises Gas Prices 6.6%, But Markets Say This is Not Enough

Petrobras, the Brazilian state-controlled oil multinational said in a market filing that it would ...

Brazil Cuts Electricity Rates up to 28% to Jumpstart Economy

The Brazilian government is cutting energy costs for companies and consumers while pressuring banks ...

Brazil to Help Peru Build Five Hydroelectric Plants in the Amazon

The Brazilian government hopes to reach an agreement with Peru by March on a ...

After Saying that Freud Explains Lula Now Wants Inquiry on Brazil’s Blackout

A consummate politician, Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, contradicting two of his ...

Brazil Blackout Hit 50 Million, 18 States and Gave Weapon to Opposition

Itaipu, the world's largest operational hydroelectric dam,  which on Tuesday caused a four hour ...

Will US See Brazil-France Alliance as Declaration of War? Brazil Won’t Care

The recently signed agreements between Brazil and France are about much more than the ...

G8 Has No Reason to Exist, Brazil’s Lula Tells “Le Monde”

Nicolas Sarkozy, the president of France, and visiting Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da ...

Brazil’s Eletrobrí¡s Makes US$ 507 Million, a 261% Rise

Brazil's state-owned Eletrobrás Group, which operates in the field of power generation and supply, ...

A bridge in Brazilian capital Brasília

The World Ignores the Brazilian Genius at Its Own Peril

Unfortunately during the 20th century and now the 21st century Brazil and Latin America ...

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