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Brazil expresses confidence in China’s smooth transition

Brazil expresses confidence in China’s smooth transition

China's major stock indexes regained some ground on Friday after Beijing ditched a circuit breaker mechanism.

New Brazil finance team to prioritise fiscal balance

New Brazil finance team to prioritise fiscal balance

New Finance Minister Barbosa is closer to Rousseff’s party (Workers Party) leaders than Levy was.

Analysis: Brazil’s recession to ‘deepen’ in 2016

Analysis: Brazil’s recession to ‘deepen’ in 2016

'Continued adverse fiscal developments and the increased political uncertainty,' Fitch says, have damaged Brazil's economic prospects.

“There will be no coup”: Rousseff supporters protest in Brazil

“There will be no coup”: Rousseff supporters protest in Brazil

Rousseff denied her involvement in the corruption scandal.

India, Brazil to raise issue of rich-world farm subsidies at WTO meet

India, Brazil to raise issue of rich-world farm subsidies at WTO meet

India’s Commerce Minister met Brazilian Foreign Minister Mauro Vieira on Monday to discuss common concerns.

Brazilian jet returns to Madrid after bomb threat

Brazilian jet returns to Madrid after bomb threat

After the plane landed safely, passengers were evacuated to hotels, but no bomb was found on board.

Brazil apex court halts impeachment proceedings against Rousseff

Brazil apex court halts impeachment proceedings against Rousseff

A corruption scandal at Brazil’s state oil giant Petrobras, has implicated politicians in Rousseff’s party, although not the president herself.

Rousseff pushes for quick resolution on impeachment

Rousseff pushes for quick resolution on impeachment

Delayed proceedings would benefit the opposition, which would then have more time to mobilize support against Rousseff.

Can Brazil’s economy survive a Rousseff impeachment?

Can Brazil’s economy survive a Rousseff impeachment?

National polls show that 67 per cent of respondents see her governance as "bad" or "terrible".

Brazil’s economy shrank by 1.7% in the 3rd quarter

Brazil’s economy shrank by 1.7% in the 3rd quarter

President Dilma Rousseff has been trying to cut spending and raise taxes but a spiralling political crisis is impacting her efforts.