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  • Brazilian coffee bag

    30th May, 2019

    Brazilian growers have some bad news for coffee connoisseurs. In the country’s largest coffee-growing state, a sample of farms had an uneven bloom last year and suffered from searing temperatures, signalling a reduction in premium beans.

  • Brookfield

    3rd March, 2019

    Canadian asset manager Brookfield Asset Management Inc is looking for additional targets in Brazil after a recent wave of acquisitions, including São Paulo state water and waste management company Sabesp, a source familiar with the plans said. Having been founded in 1899 as the São Paulo Tramway, Light and Power Company, Brookfield has a long history in Brazil.

  • Ethanol refinery

    11th February, 2019

    Commodities trading firm Louis Dreyfus expects faster switching between sugar and ethanol production in Brazil, with more flexible mills leading to “dramatic” price-driven shifts.

  • Brazil Chile sign free trade agreement

    21st November, 2018

    Chile and Brazil signed a free trade agreement on Wednesday that scraps red tape and tariffs between the two South American economies, in a move both governments said would give a boost to regional integration.

  • Jair Bolsonaro & Paulo Guedes


    30th October, 2018

    The main economic adviser to Brazilian President-elect Jair Bolsonaro has proposed reducing the nation’s foreign reserves to pay down public debt, the newspaper Valor Econômico reported today.


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