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Brazil's More Doctors Program with Cuban Professionals Is a Success PDF Print E-mail
2014 - August 2014
Written by Vladimir Platonow   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 12:28

More Doctors program in Brazil The close medical supervision of patients not just at the hospital but also at home may cut the number of health problems down to 20 percent. Family medicine is a medical specialty that aims for the early detection and treatment of diseases, preventing them from developing into more advanced states.

 
Brazil Gets Four Medals in Mathematical Olympiad PDF Print E-mail
2014 - August 2014
Written by Mariana Tokarnia   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 12:24

Winners of Mathematical Olympiad Brazilian students are bringing home two gold medals, one silver and one bronze from the 15th Mathematical Olympiad of the Southern Cone. The contest took place in the city of Atlántida, 42km from Montevideo, Uruguay.

 
Despite Celebrities Participation Ice Bucket Challenge in Brazil Raises a Mere US$ 8,000 PDF Print E-mail
2014 - August 2014
Written by Helena Martins   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 12:20

Fátima Bernardes from Globo network accepts the challenge In Brazil, the ice bucket challenge, initiated in the US, has raised people's awareness about a serious disease for which there is still no simple treatment or cure: amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). The campaign, launched in a bid to collect funds, went viral after such figures as Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg accepted the challenge of spilling water and ice over their heads and making a donation.

 
Brazilians Spend Record Amount Overseas While 40% of Population Are in Default PDF Print E-mail
2014 - August 2014
Written by Kelly Oliveira   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 12:01

Record expenditures Brazilians spent US$ 2.415 billion abroad in July, a record result reported by Brazil's Central Bank in the monthly time series that began in 1995. In the first seven months of this year, the total was US$ 14.9 billion as against US$ 14.403 billion in the same period of 2013.

 
Internal Polls Show Marina Silva Rising with 27% of Votes for Brazil Presidency PDF Print E-mail
2014 - August 2014
Written by Newsroom   
Saturday, 23 August 2014 16:55

Marina Silva Telephone surveys on the Brazil's presidential elections conducted by the main political parties, for internal consumption, show that the former senator Marina Silva already leads the polls in the states of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, the two biggest electorates in the country.

 
ID by Fingerprint: Biometrics Comes to the Brazilian Elections PDF Print E-mail
2014 - August 2014
Written by Mariana Jungmann   
Friday, 22 August 2014 14:21

Voting machine Over 20 million voters - 15% of the population to take part in the 2014 elections - are estimated to cast their ballot by means of a voting machine with biometric identification, announced the Superior Electoral Court ("TSE") on Wednesday, August 20.

 
Brazil's Central Bank Frees US$ 11 Billion to Spur Economy PDF Print E-mail
2014 - August 2014
Written by Kelly Oliveira   
Friday, 22 August 2014 14:13

Brazil's Central Bank The Central Bank of Brazil (BC) announced Wednesday, August 20, a range of initiatives that are expected to spur the economy by freeing up more resources for bank loans. The amount to be freed totals over US$ 11 billion, starting on Monday.

 
Marina Silva Exposes Rousseff's Vulnerabilities and Has a Real Chance to Become Brazil's President PDF Print E-mail
2014 - August 2014
Written by Newsroom   
Thursday, 21 August 2014 20:46

Marina Silva and Dilma Rousseff Brazilian environmentalist Marina Silva could unseat incumbent Dilma Rousseff in Brazil's presidential elections in October, a public opinion poll revealed on Monday, reflecting an altered political landscape since Silva's running mate was killed in a plane crash last week.

 
Brazil President Refuses do Answer Why Her Party Backs Up Top Corrupt PT Leaders PDF Print E-mail
2014 - August 2014
Written by Newsroom   
Thursday, 21 August 2014 20:43

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff Dilma Rousseff, the president of Brazil, admitted "many problems and challenges" still plague the country's woeful health system, but defended her record on the economy and education, on a live 15-minute interview on the Globo television network's nightly news.

 
Brazilian Jobs Grow 3%, But for 12th in a Row GDP Projection Goes Down, to 0.79% PDF Print E-mail
2014 - August 2014
Written by Newsroom   
Thursday, 21 August 2014 20:36

Brazilian worker In 2013, 1.49 million job openings were created in Brazil. In 2012, 1.15 million jobs had been created. According to figures released by the Annual Inventory of Social Information (Rais), issued by the Ministry of Labor and Employment, the number of registered workers in Brazil was up 3.14% in 2013 from 2012 to 48.9 million formal labor ties.

 
Brazil's Gem Industry Doesn't Need the US Anymore to Certify Its Stones PDF Print E-mail
2014 - August 2014
Written by Alana Gandra   
Thursday, 21 August 2014 20:32

Brazilian tourmaline Brazil's gem, real and costume jewelry industry has had an important technological boost as the new facilities of the Gemological Research Laboratory (LAPEGE) were opened in Rio de Janeiro on August 20. At the leading edge of its kind in South America, it is part of the Mineral Technology Center (CETEM) run by the Ministry of Science, Technology, and Innovation.

 
Less than 10% of Brazilians Are Happy with Health Care, Including Private Care PDF Print E-mail
2014 - August 2014
Written by Paula Laboissière   
Thursday, 21 August 2014 20:26

Unified Public Healthcare System, known as SUS Public and private health care services in Brazil are considered to be ok, poor or terrible by 93% of the population, according to a survey carried out by a research institute at the request of the Federal Council of Medicine (CFM) and the Medical Association of the State of São Paulo (APM).

 
230 Agents Involved in Brazil's Operation Against Child Porn PDF Print E-mail
2014 - August 2014
Written by Newsroom   
Thursday, 21 August 2014 17:13

Brazil's Federal Police The Brazilian Federal Police started this past Tuesday, August 19, Operation On-Line Rescue in an attempt to stop the spread of pornographic content involving children and teenagers on the internet.

 
Brazil Turns to Bill Gates Foundation to Fund Help to African Agriculture PDF Print E-mail
2014 - August 2014
Written by Alana Gandra   
Thursday, 21 August 2014 17:09

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Researchers at Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (Embrapa) are in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Africa, for the purpose of teaching local researchers to measure the amount of carotenoids in biofortified foods such as the yellow cassava and sweet potatoes. 

 
Brazil Finds 2000 Corruption Cases Against the State and US$ 9 Bi Embezzled in 7 Years PDF Print E-mail
2014 - August 2014
Written by Newsroom   
Thursday, 21 August 2014 17:05

National Justice Secretary Paulo Abrão Approximately US$ $9.3 billion may have been embezzled in seven years, according to a report drawn up by the National Network of Laboratories Against Money Embezzlement, also referred to as Rede-Lab.

 
Red Tape: For Refugees Trying Brazil Many Call But Few Are Chosen PDF Print E-mail
2014 - August 2014
Written by Karine Melo   
Thursday, 21 August 2014 17:02

Syrian refugees in Brazil Until April this year, Brazil received 1,938 refugee applications, but only 680 were accepted. Most of them, 532, were submitted by Syrians, who make up the largest foreign refugee community in Brazil, with just over 1,200 people.

 
Brazilian President Is Favorite of Voters, But She Could Lose in a Runoff PDF Print E-mail
2014 - August 2014
Written by Karine Melo   
Thursday, 21 August 2014 16:58

Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff The first poll conducted after the death of presidential candidate Eduardo Campos (PSB) shows that President Dilma Rousseff (PT) has 36% of voting intentions. Conducted by the Datafolha Institute in August 14-15 with 2,843 voters in 176 towns and cities across Brazil, the survey was published on August 18.

 
New Data Show Brazil Is in a Recession or About to Get into One PDF Print E-mail
2014 - August 2014
Written by Newsroom   
Sunday, 17 August 2014 15:27

Brazilian flag and the real currency Brazil's economic activity went down sharply in June as the World Cup football tournament shut down shops and factories across the country, adding to signs Latin America's largest economy slipped into recession.

 
Viagra's Patent Expires in Brazil. Market Is Flooded With Cheap Generic Pills PDF Print E-mail
2014 - August 2014
Written by Newsroom   
Sunday, 17 August 2014 15:22

Viagra The day after Pfizer Inc's patent for Viagra expired in Brazil, Carlos Sanchez flooded pharmacies with his generic erectile dysfunction pills. It was a day his army of lawyers, researchers and marketers had been preparing for more than three years, even winning a bid to move up the patent's expiration date.

 
Brazil Signs Agreement with UN to Take Care of Its 7,000 Refugees PDF Print E-mail
2014 - August 2014
Written by Marcos Carrieri and Alexandre Rocha   
Sunday, 17 August 2014 15:10

Refugees arrive in Brazil The Brazilian Federal Prosecution Service (MPF, in the Portuguese acronym) and the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (UNHCR) signed this Friday, August 15, in Brazilian capital Brasília, a memorandum of understanding to develop actions of assistance to the refugee population in Brazil.

 
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