Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva Thursday admitted in a TV interview that there were cases of corruption during his consecutive terms as President of Brazil (2003-2010).
Russia has become China's main oil supplier for the third month running during July, according to information from Hong Kong market analysts. Apparently independent refiners stepped up purchases of discounted supplies while cutting shipments from rival suppliers such as Angola and Brazil.
Brazil's Superior Electoral Court (TSE) Thursday issued a plenum ruling banning the use of cell phones within voting booths in the October presidential elections, even if the device is turned off.
The poll from Instituto Parana Pesquisa was released 24 August and compared to the previous one from August second, the difference which stood at 5,5 percentage points has now fallen to 4,7 percentage points.
Brazil is forecasted to break another crop record in 2022 with the largst grain harvest in history, particularly because of the second crop of corn in Brazil, or safrinha. Previously considered merely a way to keep the soil in use between two important harvests, corn’s second crop gained importance as production became more sophisticated with the aid of technology.
The ninth edition of the Brazilian Fertilizer Congress, organized by ANDA, (Brazilian National Fertilizers Organization) underscored the main difficulties faced by the agriculture sector in having access to fertilizer at a time of global logistics chaos caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
In recent articles, MercoPress has informed on the seizure of several significant drug shipments to European ports from Mercosur countries, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. It seems policing has become more efficient or drug smugglers are running out of options.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro affirmed Monday that he will respect the result of the October elections if the polls are held in a “clean and transparent” manner.
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro said Monday evening in a TV interview that he will accept the election's outcome provided they are clear, and warned he was being pressured into becoming a dictator.
A new agreement to facilitate exports from the Brazilian agribusiness sector to China has been described by market experts in Sao Paulo as crucial to inaugurating the “biggest era of market openness in the last ten years” between the two countries.