Study Shows Only 25% of Brazilian Roads Are in Great or Good Shape

    The 2006 Road Study, published Friday, October 6, by Brazil’s National Confederation of Transportation ...

    Brazil Starts US$ 1.6 Billion Road-Patching Job

    In his radio program, Breakfast with the President, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva spoke ...

    Everything Seems Wrong, Yet Brazil Is an Agricultural Powerhouse

    The record-breaking failure of 18.2 million tons, worth US$ 4.1 million (10 million reais), ...

    Brazil’s Largest Port for Grain to Invest US$ 36 Million

    Foreign revenues generated by exports from Paranaguá port, in the southern Brazilian state of ...

    Brazil Uses IMF Clause to Fix Its Ports

    Brazil’s Ministry of Transportation will invest US$ 157.1 million (427 million reais) this year ...

    Brazil’s Caramuru Invests Heavily to Reduce Cost Brazil

    Precarious highways, insufficient storage, and ports, waterways and railways lacking in investment, generate the ...

    Only 4.5% of Brazil’s Bus Fleet Ready for Disabled

    Brazil’s urban bus fleet will have to equip itself to serve the country’s more ...

    Highways in Brazil: a Dead-end Road

    Anyone entering a car, truck, or bus and driving on the Brazilian highways knows ...

    Without Ports, Brazil’s Exports Are Going Nowhere Fast

    In less than two decades, Brazilian agricultural production has grown an incredible 111%, reaching ...