Freelance journalist in Brazil. I have covered Mercosur-EU summit, Rio+20, World Youth Day 2013 and several other international events in Rio and Sao Paulo. I write about the economy, politics, sports and everyday life in Brazil.
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Faced with dwindling revenues, Brazil’s federal government decided to raise fuel taxes. The government’s objective is to raise R$10.4 billion with the additional levy and meet the primary deficit fiscal target of R$139 billion this year. “This [decision] was due to the decline in revenues and due to the recession and the bad results,” Brazil’s Finance Minister, Henrique Meirelles, told reporters justifying the increase in taxes.
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Since the early hours of Sunday (July 16th), two hundred members of the Munduruku native indigenous tribe in Brazil have occupied the construction site of the São Manoel Hydroelectric Power Plant, in the Amazon region. The group demands that plant administrators respect the cultural and spiritual sites of the tribe, which they claim lie within the construction site.
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – A report released on Monday (July 17th) by the World Trade Organization (WTO) says that the Brazilian economy will have a gradual recovery in 2017, but growth will be weak for an extended period of time. The international trade entity is currently reviewing Brazil’s trade policies and practices.
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