Follow us on:   
Home » Archives by category » BRICS News » Brazil (Page 2)

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.

Is Brazil back in business?

Is Brazil back in business?

Latest forecast for Brazil's growth is a revised 1.9 per cent (from 1.5) in 2018, 2.1 per cent in 2019.

Will Brazil reclaim World Cup title?

Will Brazil reclaim World Cup title?

Brazil's mistake in 2014 was to rely on the then 22-year-old Neymar for wins; this time, they're a unit.

Brazil’s Temer recovering from heart surgery

Brazil’s Temer recovering from heart surgery

Temer has had a number of health problems this month, including a partial obstruction in his coronary arteries.

Brazil: Temer’s surgery successful, leaves hospital Monday

Brazil: Temer’s surgery successful, leaves hospital Monday

Temer, 77, entered hospital first on Wednesday during a session of Congress but was released the same day.

Decline in Brazil’s inflation rate nears bottom

Decline in Brazil’s inflation rate nears bottom

With the economy improving and exiting from recession, inflation rates fell from near 10 per cent to 2.54 per cent.

Rising dollar chips at stellar year for emerging markets

Rising dollar chips at stellar year for emerging markets

According to the MSCI emerging market indices, Brazil's markets gained 21 per cent in the past quarter.

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.