BRASÍLIA The Brazilian government reached a landmark deal to pay state-controlled oil company Petróleo Brasileiro SA $9.058 billion for revising a transfer-of-rights oil contract, Energy Minister Bento Albuquerque said on Tuesday.
BRASILIA Brazil's president, economy minister and speaker of the lower house of Congress patched things up publicly on Thursday, trying to move past days of finger pointing to focus on passing a thorny pension reform to save the country's public finances.
BRASILIA, March 25 Brazil's labor market burst
back into life in February, adding a net 173,139 payroll jobs in
February driven in large part by gains in civil construction and
manufacturing of intermediary goods, data from the Economy
Ministry showed on Monday.
BRASILIA, Feb 14 Brazil President Jair
Bolsonaro's government on Thursday released the first details of
its long-awaited pension reform proposal, cheering investors who
want to see the passing of legislation seen as key to shoring up
creaky public finances.
BRASILIA/RIO DE JANEIRO A top aide to Brazilian president-elect Jair Bolsonaro said on Thursday the new government would adopt concession contracts for lucrative pre-salt oil auctions, raising concerns that talks to change the regime would drag and derail much-needed investment.
BRASILIA/RIO DE JANEIRO, Nov 22 A top aide to
Brazilian president-elect Jair Bolsonaro said on Thursday the
new government would adopt concession contracts for lucrative
pre-salt oil auctions, raising concerns that talks to change the
regime would drag and derail much-needed investment.
BRASÍLIA Brazil's President-elect Jair Bolsonaro faced the first setback in his plans to reduce the country's massive deficit on Wednesday, as the Senate approved a 16 percent pay rise for the judiciary against his wishes.
Brasilia In Brasilien zieht der Rechtspopulist Jair Bolsonaro mit einem klaren Vorsprung in die Stichwahl um das Präsidentenamt.
BRASILIA Far-right Congressman and former Army captain Jair Bolsonaro won nearly half the votes in Brazil's first-round presidential election on Sunday, as voters' anger at corruption drove a major shift to the right in Latin America's largest nation. | Video
BRASILIA The government of the northern Brazilian state of Roraima on Monday asked the country's supreme court to halt the entry of Venezuelan immigrants, increasing pressure on the federal government to resolve a growing regional crisis.