Police Union will have a new vote on Europol

Denmark seems to drop out of the Europol, and therefore there must be new poll, says Claus Oxfeldt. It will be a disaster for Denmark, if we do not continue going to have a full-fledged...
President Michel Temer at the United Nations.

President Temer inflates number of refugees received by Brazil at the UN

In his first speech to the United Nations (UN), on Monday 19, President Michel Temer inflated the number of refugees accepted by Brazil, to include 85,000 Haitians received after 2010. The international convention on...

Despite the recession, Brazil on the right track

Despite the recession, Brazil on the right track The current situation in Brazil is a very interesting one. From all perspectives. The political situation, the scandals, the recession, the inequality rise, all that has managed...
Immigrants in Denmark

Integration In Denmark Is An Overrated Subject

Recently, a major Danish media vehicle hired a Syrian refugee as an intern and started a discussion about ‘How to make it in Denmark’. My impression was that the goal of its series of...
Danish flag

Denmark seen as world’s least corrupt nation

For the third consecutive year, Denmark has been declared the world’s least corrupt country by Transparency International. Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index (CPI) measures the perception of corruption in 175 countries and this year found...
Dilma Rousseff election campaign

Elections highlight economic divisions in Brazil

The truck's presence seems wasted. In these parts of rural Maranhao, Dilma gets nearly 100% of the vote.The reason for that is simple. In Belagua, 83% of people receive what is known as the...

Social media and the Brazilian elections

On October 26, Brazilians head to the polls to elect their next president. As campaigns enter the final days, candidates are going beyond the airwaves to exploit the power of social media. In what is...

How Brazil’s election will impact the world economy – YouTube

How will Brazil's elections impact the global economy? AEI Visiting Fellow Roger Noriega explains what's at stake in the Brazilian elections, the candidates ...


This is from an North American point of view, but it is worth watching if you intend or are already doing business in Brazil

In Rio de Janeiro’s favelas, a new online tool tackles violence against women and...

UN-Habitat studies show that women in urban areas are twice as likely as men to suffer some form of violence, especially in developing countries. [1]


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Oi: One Merger Please – About The Opportunity Of Brazilian Demographics

This article wants to explain the upcoming demographic changes in the Brazilian population. We want to show how these macro-effects will influence Oi's (NYSE: [[OIBR]]) market and strategies in the future.


Understand Brazil's demography and opportunities to your business

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