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Rousseff bats for “belt-tightening” to tide over economic stagnation

Rousseff bats for “belt-tightening” to tide over economic stagnation

The Brazilian President urged the National Congress to approve her government's spending cuts and tax increases.

OECD revises growth outlook for Brazil, China, India

OECD revises growth outlook for Brazil, China, India

The report said the Indian economy will grow 7.7 per cent in 2015 and 8 per cent in 2016.

51 dead in Brazil bus crash

51 dead in Brazil bus crash

Growing darkness is hindering the search and rescue operation, according to local media reports.

Rousseff supporters rally in Brazil in show of strength

Rousseff supporters rally in Brazil in show of strength

Labour unions and activists came out on the streets in a show of strength for Rousseff.

Brazil city to launch electric car-sharing with China automaker

Brazil city to launch electric car-sharing with China automaker

BYD plans to invest $400 million in Brazil by 2018.

Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela plan new ecological corridor

Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela plan new ecological corridor

The corridor will span 135 million hectares (1,350,000 sq km) of rainforest, Colombian President Santos said Friday.

BRICS adopt 5-year demographic cooperation plan

BRICS adopt 5-year demographic cooperation plan

The five countries are bracing against economic headwinds from less favourable demographics.

Petrobras explosion kills three workers

Petrobras explosion kills three workers

Although the fire was contained there is little chance that six missing workers could have survived the blast.

Brazil’s Rousseff faces drought, graft woes

Brazil’s Rousseff faces drought, graft woes

A Datafolha poll on February 7 showed that only 23 per cent of 4000 respondents viewed her favorably.

Brazil to expand share in China’s iron ore imports

Brazil to expand share in China’s iron ore imports

China’s imports of the raw material is expected to hit 1 billion tonnes this year.