After Sunday's elections and the nationwide protests by supporters of President Jair Bolsonaro who refuse to admit former leader Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva will be once again head of state on Jan. 1, the Economy Ministry released this week a report showing the country had recorded a trade surplus of US$ 3.921 billion in October alone.
A leading Argentine scientist believes that the increase in the number of cases of dengue reported in neighboring Brazil requires action from local health authorities amid threats of local outbreaks.
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak finally changed his mind once again and announced Wednesday that he will be attending the COP27 Climate Summit later this week in Egypt.
US President Joseph Biden and Brazil's President-elect Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva held a telephone conversation during which they concurred on several issues, it was reported.
Brazilian law enforcement officers were summoned to disperse the numerous roadblocks mounted by lorry drivers and other supporters of President Jair Bolsonaro who insisted Sunday's elections had been tampered with and that Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva's victory was a fraud.
Petrobras and partners have made an oil discovery in the north-west of the Sépia oil field, offshore Brazil, some 250 kilometers from Rio do Janeiro, drilling the 4-BRSA-1386D-RJS (Pedunculo) well. The well, which was spudded in late July 2022, was drilled at a water depth of around 2,200m.
An all-female team from Dundee in Scotland has travelled some 8,000 miles to South Georgia to help reopen the island's South Georgia Museum at Grytviken on time for the coming summer and cruise season.
The Presidents of Colombia and Venezuela Tuesday signed a joint declaration in Caracas after their meeting marking the beginning of a new stage in bilateral ties.
The Brazilian Association of Port Terminals (ABTP) – a group representing 73 port companies across 235 terminals in Brazil – filed a legal request at Brazil’s Administrative Economic Defense Council (CADE) to investigate Maersk and MSC’s impact on the port market. ABTP accuses the two companies of abusing their domination in the maritime transport of containers business to favor their own terminals, raising costs and reducing options for the flow of cargo in Brazil.
Falkland Islands-linked Rockhopper Exploration said that Italy was working to annul the August ruling by an arbitration panel under which Italy has to pay 200 million Euros, plus interest, to Rockhopper for breaching its obligations related to the company's Ombrina Mare field in the Adriatic Sea.