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The country, entered public consultation measures to facilitate operations and reduce costs that investors have bringing the resources to Brazil. BRASILIA - The Central Bank (CB ) is studying ways to encourage foreign investments in the country. Announced on Wednesday that a public hearing is a project for which debentures and treasury bills are traded Brazilian companies abroad. Currently, only stockholders can have Depositary Receipts ( DRs ). It is a receipt that reflects an action of companies, and are traded outside Brazil. And the Fed still wants to eliminate latches for use in fixed income and stock exchange.
Tuesday, 14 January 2014 00:00

BBC News And Documentary

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Latin America has been growing economically and financially at a spectacular rate the last twenty years. Mexico, Colombia, Chile an not in the last place exhyberant Brazil.EyesOnSuriname reports on a documentary made by the BBC.

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Saturday, 16 November 2013 00:00

Brazil Profile

Brazil is South America's most influential country, an economic giant and one of the world's biggest democracies.President: Dilma RousseffDilma Rousseff is the first woman to be elected as Brazil's president.She was chief of staff to her predecessor, president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, and also his favoured successor.In the October 2010 elections to succeed President Lula, she narrowly failed to win an outright majority in the first round.The result meant Ms Rousseff faced the second-placed candidate, Sao Paolo mayor Jose Serra of the main opposition Social Democracy party, in a run-off vote on 31 October.Ms Rousseff, 62, was little known…
Monday, 09 September 2013 00:00

Brazil needs to rebalance

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Ilan Goldfein, chief economist at Brazil's largest private bank, says Brazil probably needs to see some more reforms.

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The pilgrims are remaining in place for a Mass to be celebrated there by Francis later on Sunday. In his address, he urged the pilgrims not to be part-time Christians but to lead full, meaningful lives. The Pope, who has been attending the biggest ever Catholic World Youth Day, leaves Brazil on Sunday after five days - his first overseas trip as pontiff. 'Overcome apathy' Speaking on a huge stage at the beach where a mock church structure was built, Pope Francis referred to the street protests which have been taking place in Brazil for more than a month. "The…
Sunday, 13 January 2013 00:00

Felipe da Costa Brazilian Embassy Suriname

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Felipe da Costa is councelor at the Brazilian embassy in Paramaribo and talks to EyesOnSuriname about a recent visit a few dignitaries from the Brazilian state of Amapa to the country.They came for talks about Trade, Investments, Cooperation and Tourism.

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