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The move is a sign that reelected President Dilma Rousseff will be more market-friendly, say analysts.
New Delhi also got re-elected to the 47-nation UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) for the period of 2015-17.
Both Putin and Xi pointed to the social agenda of Rousseff’s politics as being crucial for her fresh mandate.
Incidentally, 2014 marks ten years since Brazil introduced the critical Bolsa Familia anti-poverty plan.
Election data showed that most of Rousseff’s votes came from the poorer north and northeast.
President Dilma Rousseff and opposition candidate Aecio Neves are locked in a statistical tie.
Embraer is the world's third-largest manufacturer of commercial airplanes, after US giant Boeing and Europe's Airbus.
Rousseff won the first round of voting on Oct. 5 with 41.6% of the votes, while Neves garnered 33.6%.
The incumbent president will face centrist Social Democracy Party candidate Aécio Neves in the second round on October 26.
Brazil is the third BRICS member to go to the polls this year after India and South Africa.