Windmill in Brazil

BNDES Approves $164 Million in Loans for Wind Farms in Brazil

Brazil’s development bank approved 422.3 million reais ($164.4 million) in loans for two wind farms in the northeast region.


Opportunity for wind power companies in Brazil

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...
Economy Minister Henrique Meirelles (left) joins President Michel Temer during a press conference on new measures by the governement to stimulate the economy, at the Planalto Presidential Palace, in Brasilia, Brazil, Dec. 15, 2016.

Brazil’s Temer Launches Stimulus Plan to Counter Discontent

Brazilian President Michel Temer on Thursday unveiled a slew of stimulus measures to reduce the debt burden of businesses and consumers struggling with the country's worst recession on record amid growing popular discontent. Although limited...
President Michel Temer

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...
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...
President Temer

Brazil’s President Temer Says Reforms Will Continue

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Two days after one of the largest nationwide strikes Brazil has seen in decades, President Michel Temer, said that the demonstrations seen on Friday are typical of a democracy and...

Danish government seeks labour market reform to boost jobs

    Denmark's right-leaning government is seeking to create jobs through pension reforms and tax cuts to entice people to work more, but it might prove difficult to persuade the powerful ally Danish People's Party (DF)...

Why Denmark is suffering a branding crisis (and what can be done about it)

In a survey commissioned by DI, 2,500 young people from the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Poland and China were asked to identify Danish companies. Only one in seven were able to name a...
Brazil trade surplus hits record high despite meat woes

Brazil trade surplus hits record high despite meat woes

Its economy might be in tatters, and corruption scandals seem to hit a new sector every week, but Brazil is proving there is a silver lining to be found in every crisis. Latin America’s biggest...
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