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Brazil in the news

February 28, 2010

Every Sunday you will find here the latest news about Brazil published by the international media.

The EconomistThe Money Trail – “Corruption in Brazil: Many corruption scandals stem from the high cost of politics, and unrealistically tight campaign-finance rules”

Financial TimesBrazil to reverse easing as inflation fears rise (you need a free registration to read this)

The New York TimesStronger Fidel Castro Meets With Brazil President

Washington Post US presses Brazil on Iran sanctions

The TimesThe gun-toting boys from Brazil who rule Rio’s ‘Corner of Fear’

BloombergGol Says Brazil Demand to Grow Up to 18% as Economy Expands

Banco do Brasil Plans Capital Boost, May Sell Shares

Brazil May Create Company to Boost Fertilizer Output

Brazil to Build an Additional Million Homes for Poor

Brazil’s January Unemployment Rate Rises to 7.2%

Brazil’s Real Heads for Biggest Advance in World This Month

Brazil February Inflation Rose to Fastest Since 2003

ReutersANALYSIS-Brazil economy well-placed for election year swings

JPMorgan may buy stake in Brazil’s Gavea: report

Brasil Foods export sales plummet in 2009

Brazil’s CSN sees 2010 steel sales up by a third

Brazil cenbank: ready to act to keep stability

Petrobras makes two oil finds in Campos Basin

Clinton seen pushing Iran on Latin America trip

Green Futures magazineRainforest revival: has Brazil turned the tide on deforestation?

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One comment

  1. Oi,

    I was trying to leave a comment for your latest post on the switch from the present format and got error message. I guess very convincing reason to run away from wordpress?:)

    * Do you like the look of the website? Too many/few photos?
    -it’s intuitive and photos/illustrations used wisely
    * Is it easy to read? Would you prefer a different font/letter size?
    -easy, no issues
    * Can you figure where the links are (or maybe they are too discreet)?
    -ok, one way to do it
    * Would you like to have more/less blank spaces?

    -blank spaces on the left/right could be used for more content/links on top – immediately seen by the readers.
    overall – keep up your great work! very educational and excellent choice of topics.
    Obrigado!



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