BrazzilMag

Since 1989 Trying to Understand Brazil

----------

Get free MajorElectrico writing tips for editing your academic papers.

----------

Join my student groups to get access to free writing templates and samples.

----------

Finding brazilian products from Milanoo Fashion

----------

cheap cocktail dresses

----------

Brazilian Male Enhancement Review at Breastsenlargementreview.com

----------

Brazilian Breasts Enlargement Cream

----------

Brazilian Top Breast Enlargement Reviews

----------

Brazilian Male Enhancement Pills at Breastsenlargementguide.com

----------

bruidsmeisjes jurken

----------

vestidos de noche

----------

ballkleider

----------

Cheap Prom Dresses

----------

Churrasco Equipment and Brazilian Meat Skewers

----------

Vestidos Noiva em Weddingmart.pt

----------

Australia Fashion Online Outlet store

----------

Robe de cocktail

----------

Our good partner Everbuying.com provides wide selections of products at best price for worldwide free shipping.

----------

Cheap Dre Beats

----------

Buy Cheap Nike Mercurial Soccer Cleats from MercurialCity now!

----------

Shopping Reviews

----------

Custom Search

Who's Online

We have 868 guests online

Statistics

Members : 4427
Content : 13156
Content View Hits : 80947837

Search BrazzilMag

A Cambridge PhD and the Heir to Brazil's Biggest Bank Among Marina Silva's Advisors PDF Print E-mail
2014 - September 2014
Written by Newsroom   
Monday, 01 September 2014 16:31

Marina Silva and Neca Setubal Two economists with graduate studies in Cambridge and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a lawyer considered one of the most influential members of Congress and with a PhD from Oxford, plus the heir of a banking empire, the largest in Brazil, and philanthropist, are identified as the closest aides and advisors of Marina Silva, with increasing chances of becoming Brazil's next president in October.

 
Two Consecutive Quarters of Shrinking Don't Discourage Brazil Minister's Rosy Forecast PDF Print E-mail
2014 - September 2014
Written by Newsroom   
Monday, 01 September 2014 16:25

Guido Mantega Brazil has fallen into recession, further weakening President Dilma Rousseff, just weeks before voting in what will be a tough re-election battle. Brazil's national statistics institute said GDP shrank 0.6% in the second quarter and revised an initially positive first quarter growth estimate down to -0.2 percent.

 
Presidential Hopeful Marina Vows to Restore Brazil Credibility and Recruit Brightest Minds PDF Print E-mail
2014 - September 2014
Written by Newsroom   
Monday, 01 September 2014 15:32

Presidential candidates Dilma, Marina, Aécio Opposition Brazilian presidential candidate Marina Silva said that Brazil's recession is very worrying and her government would work to restore the credibility of the country's economic policies to recover investment and growth if elected.

 
Brazilians in Russia Evaluating Air Defense System PDF Print E-mail
2014 - September 2014
Written by Cristina Índio do Brasil   
Monday, 01 September 2014 15:28

Russia's Pantsir S1 The Ministry of Defense sent to Russia last week a group of nine officials from the Navy, the Army and the Air Force for the evaluation of the Pantsir-S1 air defense system. The event is to be held as part of negotiations under the Brazil-Russia Military and Technical Cooperation Deal.

 
Brazil Police Raid the Amazon Forest in Search of Invaders of Public Land PDF Print E-mail
2014 - September 2014
Written by Alex Rodrigues   
Monday, 01 September 2014 15:21

National Forest of Jamanxim, in Pará state Brazil's Federal Police (PF) agents went on a raid last week exercising 22 search and seizure orders plus 14 arrest warrants in four states in a bid to dismantle an organization which, according to investigators, specialize in invading public property in the Brazilian Rainforest to deforest them and turn them into pasture.

 
Brazilians Are Already Over 202 Million PDF Print E-mail
2014 - September 2014
Written by Vitor Abdala   
Sunday, 31 August 2014 17:37

Crowd in São Paulo, Brazil The most populous state, São Paulo, is home to 44.03 million people. The state with the lowest number of people, Roraima, has 496.9 thousand people.

 
Brazil Ready to Return Its Ambassador to Israel PDF Print E-mail
2014 - September 2014
Written by Paula Laboissière   
Sunday, 31 August 2014 17:28

Henrique da Silveira Sardinha PintoThe Brazilian government officials are happy to act on the announcement of a ceasefire between Israel and Palestine, said the Brazilian Foreign Ministry. "Brazil believes that the ceasefire will contribute to bringing stability to the region and make it possible to find a definitive answer to the conflict, based on the solution of two States, living side by side, in peace and safety," the note read.

 
Descendants of Escaped Slaves Clash with Navy in Brazil over Land PDF Print E-mail
2014 - September 2014
Written by Helena Martins   
Sunday, 31 August 2014 17:23

Brazilian quilombolas descend from slaves After decades of black resistance and at least five years of legal dispute, the National Institute of Colonization and Agrarian Reform (Incra) finished this week a report which identifies and demarcates the quilombola community of Rio dos Macacos, in Bahia state. It has been ruled that two unconnected areas, with a space of 104 hectares altogether, are to be granted to the community.

 
Discrimination from Parties Keeps Brazilian Women Elective Posts PDF Print E-mail
2014 - September 2014
Written by Carolina Gonçalves   
Sunday, 31 August 2014 17:18

Brazil women in 1950 political campaign Nearly 20 years after it became mandatory for political parties in Brazil to save at least 30% of their candidacies for women at every election , results are far from living up to expectations. Although more than 52% of the country's electorate is made up of women, they still account for 10% of the positions taken at parliament, data from the Superior Electoral Court (TSE) indicate.

 
Brazil in a Recession? No Way, Says Minister, Jobs Are Still Plentiful PDF Print E-mail
2014 - September 2014
Written by Marli Moreira   
Sunday, 31 August 2014 16:28

Guido Mantega, Brazil's Finance Minister Brazilian Finance Minister Guido Mantega has recently put down the disappointing performance of the country's gross domestic product (GDP) in the second quarter - down 0.6 against the previous period - to the low international demand on trade, circumstantial domestic problems (like the drought, which resulted in higher electric energy costs), and the lower number of business days in June, on account of the World Cup matches.

 
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.

 
<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next > End >>

Page 1 of 658
Joomla 1.5 Templates by Joomlashack
Unable to locate the file:ad_network_ads.txt