Argentina has recorded a trade surplus with Brazil in September following a YoY increase in sales of 37% year-on-year, it was reported.
Brazilian voters are to go out Sunday to choose 19 new Mayors in six states after the Electoral Court has banned those chosen in 2020 to take office, citing legal grounds.
Scores of Brazilians Saturday flocked to the streets of many cities nationwide demanding the impeachment of President Jair Bolsonaro, who in an unrelated event once again insisted firearms in the hands of civilians would prevent the increase of urban violence.
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva Thursday achieved his 20th judicial victory after yet another case against him was dismissed due to lack of evidence.
Brazilian news outlets Thursday revealed embarrassing private Whatsapp messages from President Jair Bolsonaro which included homophobic remarks and words of praise for former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet.
Brazil's major protein producer and exporter, Marfrig Global Foods, also the world's largest supplier of hamburgers started this month shipments to the United States from two of its plants, one in Chupinguaia, state of Rondonia and the other at Alegrete, Rio Grande do Sul.
Credit rating agency Fitch improved its prospects for Brazil's primary deficit and overall debt in 2021 but also pointed out several uncertainties among which sustainability of the fiscal front, possible political instability, and the approval of the new food subsidies to help the vulnerable population.
Brazil is a rich country and can look after the needy for a longer period of time, president Jair Bolsonaro said during a visit to the northern state of Bahía, a clear indication that the federal government is prepared to extend the emergency help payments which have been ongoing since the start of the pandemic.
Brazilian Senator Otto Alencar spoke of cases of “disguised euthanasia” in the medical insurance company Prevent Senior, which is also suspected of having prescribed hydroxychloroquine to COVID-19 patients.
Brazil's Economy Minister Paulo Guedes Monday said Mercosur would “modernize” and anyone against that was free to leave the bloc.