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- Murder of Councilwoman Puts Pressure on Rio's Security Intervention
The uproar caused by the murder of City Council member Marielle Franco (PSOL), 38, has reinforced concerns regarding Rio's federal intervention and put pressure on the military, currently responsible for policing the city.
Published on 03/16/2018 - 11h47
- US Suspects that Brazil Has Been Buying Steel from China then Re-Exporting It
The United States suspects that Brazil has been buying Chinese steel and re-exporting it. The Brazilian steel sector has denied the claims, but such suspicions may have arisen as a pretext to keep the country on the list of nations that will be slapped with import tariffs on steel.
Published on 03/16/2018 - 11h21
- Lava Jato Judges Do Not Follow Strike
The federal judges who became the symbol of the Lava Jato operation will not follow the national strike called by Brazil's judges against the possibility of extinguishing the housing aid they receive.
Published on 03/15/2018 - 11h39
- After Losing Labor Lawsuit, Salesman Will Have to Pay Former Employer US$ 230 thousand
Upon rejecting a lawsuit filed against the Mônaco Diesel concessionaire, the Mato Grosso Labor Court found that former employee and salesman Mauricio Rother Cardoso will have to pay approximately R$ 750 thousand (US$ 230 thousand) to the company.
Published on 03/13/2018 - 08h50
- Brazil's President Should Receive Different Treatment, Says Justice Minister
Brazil's Minister of Justice, Torquato Jardim, 68, argued that President Michel Temer should receive different treatment due to the position he occupies.
Published on 03/12/2018 - 11h24
- Market Value of Brazilian Steel Mills Drops US$ 1.3 Billion After Trump's Announcement
The confirmation that the United States is going to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports resulted in market value losses of R$ 1.8 billion (US$ 0.55 billion) for Brazilian steel mills, on Thursday (8) alone.
Published on 03/09/2018 - 11h37
- Gambling Proponents Turn to Lower House of Congress, Following Senate's Rejection of Bill
The Senate's Constitution and Justice Committee (CCJ) rejected a bill that would have made gambling in Brazil legal, but proponents believe that there are still proposals in the lower house of Congress can get the ban lifted.
Published on 03/09/2018 - 10h58
- Unequal Salaries Between Women and Men Make GDP Decline, Study Shows
A study on the 2007-2014 period shows that discrimination against women in the labor market reduces the economic activity.
Published on 03/08/2018 - 11h35
- BRF Has Enough Revenues to Overcome Crisis and Fulfill All 2018 Payments
As long as international markets don't sever their ties with BRF, the food giant should have sufficient funds to overcome the financial turbulence that was provoked by Federal Police investigations.
Published on 03/07/2018 - 13h48
- Brazil Food Giant BRF Loses US$ 1.5 Billion in Stock Market, Following New Police Operation
Phase three of Operation Weak Meat, which was launched by the Federal Police on Monday (the 5th), is targeting the actions of food giant BRF.
Published on 03/06/2018 - 11h12