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Brazil’s Presidential Election Will Determine the Planet’s Future

Opinion Video Featuring Txai SuruíBy Agnes Walton and Alessandra Orofino Video by Agnes Walton and Alessandra Orofino Ms. Walton is a producer with Opinion Video. Ms. Orofino is a co-founder and the executive director of Nossas.On Oct. 30, Brazilians go to the polls to elect their next president. But at stake is something far more…
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Putin Latin America

EU plans to stop Russian, Chinese expansion in Latin America

eyesonbrasil Amsterdam, 19 August 2022 — The European Union has finally noticed Russia’s and China’s advancements in Latin America and is devising a series of measures to counter those effects and avoid losing its traditional partners, international press releases reported. According to El País, Europe’s retreat from many countries in the region has left a space, which…
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Banco Central do Brasil

Containing 2022 inflation

Interest rates in Brazil need to stay high.   The hope that the rise in inflation was temporary, has passed,” says Nóbrega.  AF . Amsterdam, June 18 2021–Former Brazilian Finance Minister Maílson da Nóbrega (Jan. 6 1988 – March 18, 1990) under President José Sarney has pointed out that the country needs to keep interest…
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Shell

Shell Builds a New World

After Court Decision Anton Foek Shell must emit 45 percent less CO2 by 2030 than in 2019. The court in The Hague ruled on Wednesday in the climate case of Milieudefences and seventeen thousand co-plaintiffs against Shell. It is the first time in the world that an oil company has been held liable for climate change.…
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LIghtyear One

Unlimited Car Driving on Unlimited Solar Energy

Investors are still not keen on Opportunities  For Investors and Start Up Capital Amsterdam, May 5, 2021 – A car powered by solar energy, so with solar panels on the roof, is still not for sale, but if it is up to a growing number of start-ups, that will soon change. Who are these players…
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Brazil takes off

Brazil Takes Off into the 21st Century

Regulations keep the country on track  Amsterdam, March 21st 2021– Brazil has been very [ extremely ] successful in attracting Research, Development & Innovation projects and centers to the country.  ‘ Yes, we made a giant step into the 21st century ‘, a Dutch-Brazilian friend at the National Economic and Social Development Bank says.  According…
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Private Equity

Private Equity and Venture Capital

Made in Brazil Amsterdam, March 20th 2021–Opportunities for Private Equity and Venture Capital in Brazil have picked up since 2011. The dynamism of the segment relates to the growing amount of capital committed for investments in the country, which increased significantly over a 6-year period, as well as an increasing gross payout to investors, according…
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EmbraAer Jet for KLM

Can Brazil provide a Solution for Future European Air Travel?

Amsterdam, March 8th 2021 — Air traffic in Europe has largely come to a standstill. But it is a deceptive silence, because it is brewing with price fighters such as Ryanair and Wizz Air. They order new devices as if there is no crisis at all. As soon as the travel restrictions disappear, they want…
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Food Supply

Food Safety for Future Generations

Brazil and the World Amsterdam, March 8th 2021– The pressing challenge of reversing the trends of land degradation, food insecurity and stagnating food productivity inspired AGRI3’s four major partners to ensure that adequate and swift action is taken.  Our eyesonsouthernbrasil project is, in collaboration with Brazilian and International scientists, consultants and banks, preparing a series to…
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Container Ships

Covid 19 Hampers the Shipping Industry

Containers return empty to origin Amsterdam, 7 March 2021–Containers that carried millions of Covid 19 protection masks to countries in Africa and South America early in the pandemic remain there, empty and uncollected, because shipping carriers have concentrated their vessels on their most popular routes — those linking North America and Europe to Asia. And…
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