Vale do Rio Doce

Brazil mining company Vale announces plan for single class of stock

Brazilian mining giant Vale SA announced a plan Monday to create a single class of stock without a controlling shareholder, likely reducing the potential for government interference in what management characterized as a watershed for the...
Solar panels by Solar Energy do Brasil

Over 1 Million Homes to Produce Own Energy by 2024 in Brazil

According to estimates from Brazil’s National Electric Energy Agency (ANEEL), by 2024, some 1.2 million Brazilian households are expected to adopt the new distributed energy generation system. This system allows consumers to cut costs...
Uber's taxation proposition

Taxi Drivers: Uber’s taxation proposal is adornment without content

It is purely ornamental when Uber proposes to introduce a new system where drivers can report themselves to the tax authorities. It believes the chairman of the trade association taxi drivers in Denmark, Søren H....

Brazil Approves Import Taxes Reduction On 252 Items : Startup Overseas

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Brazil: How To Kick Start Growth in 5 Charts

Just released: 5 Steps to Kickstart Growth #Brazil #LATAM


5 steps for Brazilian Growth

Pound crash may harm EU's economy

Falling sterling is a threat to Denmark

Denmark may not be the first country you would think of when assessing the impact of Brexit, but the Nordic economy is already suffering from the fall of the British pound, analysts say. Amid a...

Brazil-China fund to begin operations this Thursday

The Brazilian and Chinese governments have launched a joint US$20bn fund for mutually beneficial infrastructure projects in Brazil, which will begin operations this week (June 1st). The announcement was made during the Brazil Investment Forum...
Carbon Pollution

The extraordinary decoupling between economic growth and carbon pollution is happening

Producing more stuff takes more energy. Using more energy means more pollution. That statement would once have seemed like common sense. Because most of our energy has historically come from fossil fuels, rising economic growth...
Brazil Reports 14.6% Jump In February Oil Output YoY

Brazil Reports 14.6% Jump In February Oil Output YoY

Brazilian oil output in February was 14.6 percent higher year-over-year, according to the latest data released by ANP, the South American country’s petroleum regulator. February production touched 2.676 million barrels per day, an ANP statement...

Brazil falls 6 positions in the World Economic Forum competitiveness ranking

Brazil fell six positions from 2015 to 2016 and recorded its lowest mark in the competitiveness ranking of the World Economic Forum - which in Brazil is developed in partnership with Fundação Dom Cabral...
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