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Former Peruvian president denied access to Odebrecht confessions

  The Brazilian Supreme Court on Saturday rejected a plea from former Peruvian President Ollanta Humala and his wife, Nadine Heredia, to gain access to...

Chicken meat exports totaled 310,500 tons in February

Brazilian exports of chicken meat totaled 310,500 tons in February, reports the Brazilian Association of Animal Protein (ABPA).   The result is 5.9% lower than the...

ABPA seeks to expand exports to Mexico

  Featured among the most affected countries by the new configuration of international trade, Mexico is the target market of a trade promotion action organized...

AT&T is mulling entry into Brazil’s crowded mobile sector

  The US operator already has a significant presence in Latin America with mobile operations in Mexico, enterprise businesses across the continent and pay-TV units...

Canada seeks Mercosur free trade deal amid NAFTA uncertainty

  Reuters - The Canadian government plans to open free trade talks with the four-nation Mercosur trading bloc in South America, an official said on...

Brazilian Worker’s Party: The American metastasis

  Coimas Bites Bribes With different words, the same phenomenon crosses Latin America. Thousands of newspaper headlines, committed businessmen and presidents or former presidents under...

China and Hong Kong reduce the impact of the Russian embargo...

Strong increase of shipments to China and Hong Kong reduced the impact caused by the embargo imposed by Russia on Brazilian pork since December...

US Government fears Bitcoin will be the next “Swiss Bank Account”

  Initially, it was thought that Bitcoin was a joke, then it was said that Bitcoin was a hoax, but now everyone thinks that Bitcoin...

Latin America sees economic recovery in 2017

  After two years of negative growth and four years of a slowdown, Latin America’s economy expanded in 2017 and experts predict the upward trend...

Former Peruvian minister says Car Wash shows industrial policy failed

  Former Peruvian production minister Piero Guezzi acknowledges that scandals in the region indicate that industrial policy needs to be changed. While Brazil has developed an...
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