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Supreme Court includes Temer on list of corruption suspects

  Brazilian Supreme Court Justice Edson Fachin on Friday ordered President Michel Temer be included in an ongoing investigation into 10 million reais ($3.07 million)...

OECD says pension reform urgent litmus test for Brazil

  Pension reform will be the “litmus” test of Brazil’s ability to bring its fiscal deficits under control and avoid unsustainable growth of its already...

Brazil Congress approves rules for Uber, other ride-hailing apps

  Reuters - Brazil's lower house of Congress approved a weakened version of a bill late on Wednesday to regulate car-hailing apps like Uber but...

Brazil president weighing Boeing-Embraer joint venture: spokesman

  After the departure of Raul Jungmann from the Ministry of Defense, who opposed the merger of Embraer with Boeing, the official position of Brazil...

Jungmann will be the new Minister of Public Security; General Luna...

  President Michel Temer chose Minister Raul Jungmann to take over the new Ministry of Public Security. The decision was taken today and the announcement...

Reuters – Brazil court lifts bank secrecy in bribery probe involving...

  Brazil’s top prosecutor has obtained a Supreme Court order to lift the bank secrecy of several people and companies under investigation in a port...

Brazil’s slow progress offers SA lessons

by HILARY JOFFE The Temer administration dragged its feet on corrective fiscal measures and Ramaphosa needs to learn from the mistake and act quickly to...

Riachuelo Class submarine enters final assembly phase in Brazil

Image provided by Brazil's Presidency, shows Brazilian President Michel Temer (C), heading the launching ceremony for the final assembly phase of the Riachuelo Class...

Temer May Run For President In October, Says Chief-of-staff

  President Michel Temer can run for office in October, said Eliseu Padilha, Temer's chief-of-staff, in an interview with Radio Gaucha. "I do not rule out...

Brazil Drops Pension Reform in Favor of Military Intervention

  After nearly a year of assuring its citizens that a pension reform was imminent, Brazil has pulled the plug on its controversial bill, citing...
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