Amid Trump selloff, Brazil turnaround story outshines Mexico

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's surprise victory could be a blessing in disguise for Brazil as the country's agenda of fiscal reform and low reliance on trade lure investors away from more vulnerable Mexican markets. Emerging...
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Brazil joins Paris club of wealthy creditor nations

Brazil is to join the Paris Club of wealthy sovereign creditors, becoming the first large developing economy to enter the group for two decades, as deteriorating global credit conditions spur governments to improve co-ordinated...
Danish Prime Minister Rasmussen pictured (left) with fellow European leaders.

Denmark is going to ‘punish’ Britain when Brexit talks begin

Denmark has long been a close political and cultural ally of the United Kingdom - but the Nordic state is set to prioritise national interests over friendliness when it comes to negotiating Brexit. That is...
Science crisis in Brazil

Brazil’s scientists battle to escape 20-year funding freeze

Brazil’s science budget has shrunk by more than 40% in the past three years. But researchers are now trying to escape an even worse crisis: federal science spending could be frozen at its current...
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Temer moves to restore confidence in Brazilian real

Brazil’s president Michel Temer has moved to shore up confidence in his reform programme after the country’s currency was one of the worst hit in an emerging market sell-off sparked by Donald Trump’s US...
Brazil's sugar cane

Brazil to rethink Thai sugar support challenge

Brazil is weighing whether to drop its actions at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) against Thailand's support for its sugar sector as part of its plan to improve trade strategies in line with the...
Pig welfare in Denmark

Danish consumers call for welfare changes

From May 2017, the Danish pork consumer will be able to buy products which have been assigned a new welfare label as the public call for greater transparency when it comes to ethical meat...
Brazilian stocks gain on recovery optimism

Brazil Stock Investors Fear Mexico Trade Ripples More Than U.S.

Brazilian stocks fell on concern that the world’s largest economy will take a protectionist turn, depressing global trade, after Donald Trump was elected president. Companies with ties to Mexico took the biggest hits. Autoparts maker...
Brazilian productivity

Brazil opening crucial for productivity

Brazil is on the right track to recover from its worst crisis in a century, but needs to open its economy if it is to achieve long-term growth, said speakers at the annual assembly...
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HSBC profit falls 86% on Brazil disposal

Pre-tax profit at Europe's largest bank dropped to $843m (£678m), down from $6.1bn in the same period a year ago. HSBC took a $1.7bn loss on the sale of its Brazilian unit, and it also...
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