Brazil's Association of Automotive Vehicle Manufacturers, ANFAVEA announced that export expectations for 2021 should reach 389,000, a significant increase over the previous estimate of 353,000. Furthermore, overseas sales will stand at 20% over the 2020 figure.
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro has been fighting persistent hiccups for days but no treatment seems to work, it was reported Tuesday.
More than 50% of São Paulo's senior citizens interviewed during a survey have admitted they could not make ends meet.
One day after saying he could not care less -but with a harsher vocabulary- about the Senatorial Committee (CPI) investigating his management of the coronavirus pandemic, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro called Superior Electoral Court (TSE) Justice Luís Roberto Barroso “an idiot.”
Paraguayan authorities Friday voiced their concern over the appearance of four cases of the coronavirus Delta variant in the Brazilian neighboring State of Parana due to the daily crossing of people through the Friendship Bridge linking Foz do Iguazu with Ciudad del Este.
Brazil's Senatorial Committee (CPI), which is investigating the handling of the coronavirus pandemic, Thursday sent a letter to President Jair Bolsonaro asking him to address the allegations surrounding an obscure overpriced deal to purchase Covaxin immunizers.
On the eve of Thursday's Mercosur summit, Uruguay informed its partners that it will proceed with negotiations, expecting to reach trade agreements with third parties or blocks, outside of the four founding members group.
The Chinese auto industry is penetrating Brazil. Automaker Great Wall Motors (GWM) reported that it has purchased the Mercedes-Benz car factory in Iracemápolis, Sao Paulo state, according to a report in the financial sector from the newspaper “O Globo” last Sunday.
Argentina's Migrations Director Florencia Carignano Monday said reopening borders with neighbouring countries was under consideration for when vaccination has reached a larger number of people.
Brazil's Supreme Court (STF) Justice Rosa Weber Friday acquiesced to a request from Deputy Attorney General Humberto Jacques de Medeiros to launch an inquiry into President Jair Bolsonaro's involvement in an alleged case of corruption regarding the purchase of Indian-made coronavirus vaccines.