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E-visa: Americans Won’t Need Anymore to Go to a Consulate to Get a Brazil Visa

The Brazilian Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that its e-visa program (Programa de Visto ...

Rio Market, in Astoria, New York

Brazilian Expats Longing for the Homeland Give Rise to 20,000 Businesses Abroad

Survey by Brazil’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs shows that there are near 20,000 micro ...

Japan’s Prime Minister Signs Several Treaties and Agreements with Brazil

Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff and Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe announced in Brazilian capital ...

Brazil Confused on Dealing with Japan Radiation While Embassy in Lybia Runs Out of Money

Brazilian representatives of the National Atomic Energy Commission, the Food and Drug Administration (Anvisa) ...

Japan’s Sumitomo Buys Stake in Brazil’s Second Largest Steelmaker

Usinas Siderúrgicas de Minas Gerais SA (Usiminas), Brazil’s second-largest steelmaker, agreed to sell a ...

Japan Pulls Out Welcome Mat from Under Brazilian Dekasseguis

Everything was going just as planned for the Hashimoto siblings in Japan. Sheila, 29, ...

Brazil’s Petrobras Gets US$ 800-Million, 10-Year Loan from 3 Japanese Banks

Brazilian government controlled oil and gas multinational Petrobras announced this Friday, December 12, that ...

Brazil Take Japanese Road on Digital TV

Brazil’s Minister of Communications, Hélio Costa, informed that a technical agreement was signed on ...

Japan’s Minister Visits Brazilian Ethanol Plant

Brazilian Minister of Agriculture, Roberto Rodrigues, was in the city of Pradópolis, in the ...