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Xi and Rousseff inked a deal to build a railway spanning the continent from Brazil’s Atlantic coast to Peru’s pacific ports.
Brazilian President Rousseff hit back at policies adopted by developed countries that, she said, are adversely affecting emerging economies.
In a meeting with Brazilian business leaders on Wednesday, Rousseff pledged to head a government for all political segments.
The EU asked the WTO to establish a panel to look into possible unfair taxes imposed by Brazil on foreign-made cars.
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.