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Brazil’s Genocide Project for Blacks: 70% of Those Murdered Are Black

African-descendants in Brazil are 23.5 percent more likely to be killed than any other ...

Foreigners in São Paulo Earn Double What the Locals Make

Compared with Brazilian migrants, foreign immigrants are the group of migrants living in the ...

Brazil Believes It Can Have Social Indicators of Rich Country in 6 Years

Brazil may achieve social indicators similar to those of developed countries by 2016 if ...

Brazil See Signs of a Recovering Economy

The number of the first quarter are already giving signs of improvement in the ...

Brazil’s Latest Growth Projection for 2006: No More than 3.3%

 Despite optimistic projections by President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva and Finance Minister Guido ...

Good Prospects for Brazil Don’t Prevent Market Fall

Latin American stocks slumped again this Wednesday, March 8, amid ongoing concerns over rising ...

Brazil to Grow a Mere 2.3% in 2005, Says IPEA

Latin American markets gained ground, with Brazilian stocks posting the biggest gains on hopes ...

Brazilian Federal Highways Kill 6,000 and Injure 66,000

The Brazilian Institute of Applied Economic Research (IPEA) is beginning to analyze the social ...

28% of Brazil’s Urban Population Have no Public Water or Sewage

Scarce supply and high prices are Brazil’s chief problems in the housing sector, according ...