Tag: primary surplus

    Brazil exports

    Despite Sharp Fall in Industrial Production Brazil Expecting Record Trade Surplus

    In October, Brazil posted a trade surplus of US$ 2.355 billion, beating forecasts for ...

    Brazilian prosperity

    While Rich Cut Social Benefits We’re Investing More, Says Brazil’s Finance Minister

    Brazil’s Minister of Finance, Guido Mantega, informed that the Brazilian government will raise its ...

    Brazil imports

    Brazil Goes on Spending Spree and Gets Worst Primary Surplus since 1991

    Spending too much was the main reason for the worse primary account result, in ...

    Paranaguá port in Brazil

    Brazil’s Fiscal Deficit reaches US$ 52 billion, 3.17% of GDP

    In November, the effort to save made by the three levels of the government ...

    Paraisópolis, Paradise City, a favela inside the super rich Morumbi neighborhood in São Paulo, Brazil

    A Booming Brazil? Just Another Myth Created by the Press

    The international media is infatuated with the Brazilian economy. Almost every week there is ...

    Brazilian national congress in capital Brasília

    Brazilian Primary Surplus Reaches US$ 37 Billion in 2008

    Brazil's public sector's economy, which includes federal government, states, cities and state-owned companies, to ...

    Brazil's 100 reais bill

    Brazil’s Primary Surplus Grows to 6.22% of GDP

    The primary surplus, the economy that the Brazilian government makes to pay the interest ...

    Municipal market in Florianópolis, capital of Santa Catarina state in Brazil

    Brazil Lives Its Best Days Since Republic Was Born, Says Lula

    Brazil's budget primary surplus reached in April 23.5 billion reais (US$ 12.3 billion) following ...

    Brazil Says It Will Meet But Not Exceed Its 4.25% Primary Surplus Goal

    Brazil’s Minister of Planning, Paulo Bernardo, said that the government will meet the primary ...

    Primary Surplus and Inflation News Takes Brazilian Stocks to Record High

    Brazilian shares surged on further signs of strength in Latin America’s biggest economy, while ...