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Lula should be allowed to run in election, supporters say

Lula should be allowed to run in election, supporters say

The Supreme Electoral Court will rule on Lula's eligibility by September 17, but many say he will be barred.

Border tensions highlight Venezuelans’ economic distress

Border tensions highlight Venezuelans’ economic distress

Many Venezuelans facing dire economic conditions have been staying in neighboring countries.

BRICS Summit prioritizes defence of the multilateral trading system

BRICS Summit prioritizes defence of the multilateral trading system

Leaders of the five nations vowed to protect the multilateral system, which they said is now threatened.

BRICS agree to joint work on ‘Fourth Revolution’, cryptocurrencies

BRICS agree to joint work on ‘Fourth Revolution’, cryptocurrencies

BRICS must revamp their education and vocational systems to meet challenges of the new technologies.

Analysis: BRICS can defeat Trump’s protectionism

Analysis: BRICS can defeat Trump’s protectionism

BRICS must quickly tear down barriers which could impede free trade within the bloc.

Brazil GDP growth in 2018 to reach 2.3% – IMF

Brazil GDP growth in 2018 to reach 2.3% – IMF

"Financial conditions since August have generally remained supportive of a pickup in Brazil's economic activity."

Brazil economic activity surges, but …

Brazil economic activity surges, but …

Temer has abandoned efforts to pass a major reform of the social security system, leaving some fearing volatility.

Indian investment in Mozambique aims to reduce logistics cost for coal miners

Indian investment in Mozambique aims to reduce logistics cost for coal miners

There has been increasing demand from Indian steel makers for coking coal.

Temer’s pension reforms face stiff opposition

Temer’s pension reforms face stiff opposition

Public sector Brazilians retire in their mid to late 50s, but Temer wants to increase the minimum age to 65.

Rapid urbanization a challenge for BRICS countries

Rapid urbanization a challenge for BRICS countries

The World Bank says that by 2050, 70 per cent of the global population will be living in cities.

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