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  • Agribusiness Is Becoming More Productive, although More Instruction Is Needed

    Brazilian agriculture and cattle raising is becoming more and more modern, increasing productivity while simultaneously preserving areas within agricultural properties. When it comes to other aspects, however, such as technical assistance for producers and literacy programs, there is still plenty of room for improvement.

    Published on 07/27/2018 - 13h20

  • Government Identifies US$ 2.65 billion in Improper Social Expenditures

    The Federal Government has identified, from the second semester of 2016 through May of this year, R$ 10 billion (US$ 2.65 billion) in improper payments to beneficiaries of three social programs.

    Published on 07/24/2018 - 12h07

  • Piauí Wants to Be the First State to Grow Marijuana and to Produce Cannabidiol

    The government of Piauí, in northeastern Brazil, will request the authorization from the Federal Police and Anvisa (National Health Surveillance Agency) to be the first Brazilian state to grow marijuana for the production of cannabidiol, a non-psychoactive compound used for medicinal purposes.

    Published on 07/13/2018 - 13h31

  • Doctors Are Competing for More Views on YouTube

    Doctors are competing for more views on YouTube. Sex is one of the topics that Bruno Jacob, 29, most talks about on his YouTube channel, which he launched one year ago. His first platform was Instagram, but then the gynecologist migrated to YouTube. His channel has more than 400,000 subscribers.

    Published on 06/18/2018 - 12h51

  • Foreign Investments in Brazil Fall 30% between January and April

    Brazil has already started to feel the effects of the tax reform that Donald Trump implemented in the United States. On top of this, the coming presidential election has slowed down Brazil's economy, meaning that foreign investments made in companies operating in the country are lower.

    Published on 06/18/2018 - 12h13

  • Anyone Who Offends a Military Police Officer in São Paulo is Risking Their Life, Declares Governor

    São Paulo's Governor, Márcio França (PSB Party) said on Monday (the 14th) that anyone who offends the uniform of the Military Police (PM), offends the integrity of the whole corporation, and is putting their life at risk.

    Published on 05/15/2018 - 12h17

  • City Councilors Authorize São Paulo City Hall to Sell Anhembi Complex

    On Wednesday, May 2, the city councilors of São Paulo voted and passed a bill that authorizes the privatization of the Anhembi complex, in the city's north zone. As the authorization occurred in the second voting, the São Paulo City Hall already counts on the city council's final approval to privatize the site.

    Published on 05/03/2018 - 12h42

  • Brazilians Become More Optimistic about Their Own Financial Situations

    According to a poll conducted by the Datafolha institute, the improvement in terms of expectations that Brazilians have regarding their own financial situations did not translate into a more optimistic take on the country's economic growth.

    Published on 04/18/2018 - 11h18

  • Judge to Hear Charges on 'MDB Criminal Gang' Regarding President Temer's Friends

    Judge Marcos Vinícius Reis Bastos, of the 12th Federal District Court in Brasília, agreed to hear charges of racketeering against nine people, among them politicians from the MDB Party and two close friends of President Michel Temer, Coronel João Baptista de Lima Filho and lawyer José Yunes.

    Published on 04/10/2018 - 11h21

  • Army still Disoriented in Fight against Violence 40 Days into Rio Federal Intervention

    Military Police officers are still getting killed in armed confrontations with criminals, while residents of Rio de Janeiro's neediest neighborhoods continue to suffer the consequences of high crime levels.

    Published on 03/27/2018 - 11h29