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Five Challenges to Visit Brazil Through the Eyes of Foreigners Living There

A survey conducted by InterNations, the largest network and information site for people working ...

Leftist Movement that Started Protests in Brazil Criticizes President Rousseff

The Brazilian leaders of the “Free Fares” movement that triggered the worst wave of ...

Corruption and Misconduct Won’t Be Tolerated, Warns Brazilian Minister

Brazil’s minister of Communications, Paulo Bernardo, told in a interview last week that the ...

Brazil Is Counting on US$ 20 Billion in Private Capital to Modernize Ports

The Brazilian government hopes the projects it is developing for improvement of Brazil’s main ...

To Grow as Agricultural Power Brazil Needs to Fix Transport Bottlenecks

To create conditions for Brazilian farmers to plan their medium and long-term activities and, ...

9 Years of Privatization Bring US$ 5 Bi in Investments to Brazil’s Railways

Brazilian railways transported 178.3 billion ton-kilometers in the third quarter of the year, according ...

Railcar Builders Wake Up from the Dead in Brazil into a Booming Business

Brazil’s railway industry believes that sales are going to continue rising in coming years. ...

The Brazil Cost Comes Mainly from Excessive Use of Highways

More than thinking about development of railways in Brazil, the government and private initiative ...

Foreign Investors Are Eyeing Brazilian Railways

Holders of railway concessions in Brazil intend to continue investing, and even plan to ...

Cargo train in Itu, interior of São Paulo, Brazil

Brazil Is Back on Track

Railway transport is considered the ideal means for great distances and for cargo in ...

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