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Brazil gov’t says GDP growth could hit 3% in 2018

Brazil gov’t says GDP growth could hit 3% in 2018

Finance Minister Henrique Meirelles said that GDP will jump considerably in Q1 next year.

Brazil lower house to vote on Temer bribery charges

Brazil lower house to vote on Temer bribery charges

In late June, Temer took to national television to appeal to the Brazilian public and claim his innocence.

BRIC tourists to South Africa recover in 2016, below 2013 levels

BRIC tourists to South Africa recover in 2016, below 2013 levels

The number of BRIC tourists to South Africa rose by 29.9% in 2016 to 259,444.

Brazil’s Senate approves contested labour reform bill

Brazil’s Senate approves contested labour reform bill

The bill allows more temporary work contracts and outsourcing, eliminating mandatory union dues, in effect weakening workers' rights.

Temer denies new bribery charges

Temer denies new bribery charges

Temer has been bedeviled by accusations of corruption since he took over from Dilma Rousseff last year.

India leads global growth in OECD report

India leads global growth in OECD report

BRICS' Russia and Brazil will in 2017 emerge from weak growth and head strong into 2018, the report says.

IMF raises Brazil 2018 growth forecast

IMF raises Brazil 2018 growth forecast

Finance Minister Meirelles expects the economy will show "meaningful growth rate" by the end of 2017.

S&P sees ‘better’ growth in BRICS in 2017

S&P sees ‘better’ growth in BRICS in 2017

But political tensions in South Africa could derail the government's economic growth plans, experts say.

When will Brazil emerge from the worst ever recession?

When will Brazil emerge from the worst ever recession?

It may not be the best indicator of an improving economy, but Brazil's jobless rate has been declining since 2015.

BRICS push back against EU, US on drug patents

BRICS push back against EU, US on drug patents

BRICS want to protect the flexibility in TRIPS and support the UN's High-Level Panel on Access to Medicines.

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