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Brazil Grows a Paltry 2.4% in 2005, the Lowest in LatAm

The total wealth produced in Brazil during 2005 expanded 2.40%, as revealed in the ...

Brazil Is Ready to Grow 15 Years Uninterrupted, Says President Lula

Brazil’s growth will no longer be like a "hen’s flight," that is, discontinuous. This ...

Estimates for Brazil’s Growth and Investments Fall Sharply

The estimate by Brazil’s Applied Economic Research Institute (Ipea) for a rise of 5.3% ...

Is Brazil Growing Fast? Other Developing Countries Are Growing Much Faster.

According to the vice-president of Brazil’s National Association of Financial, Administrative, and Accounting Executives ...

Brazilian Industry Grows 3.3%, a Lower than Expected Rate

The manufacturing sector in São Paulo, Brazil’s largest city, registered an improved performance in ...

Some Banks Saying Brazil Won’t Grow More than 2.5% in 2005

Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva addressing a business forum in São Paulo ...

Sachs: Brazil Can Grow 5% a Year, But It Needs More

Jeffrey Sachs, director of the United Nation’s Project of the Millenium, affirmed yesterday that ...

Brazil’s Challenge Is to Grow, Says Minister

Evaluating the two years of President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva’s administration, Minister Luiz ...

Brazil’s Growth Recipe: Exports Up and Inflation Down

Brazil’s Institute of Applied Economic Policy (Ipea) released its Conjunctural Bulletin #68, with revised ...

8.3%! Brazil Hadn’t Grown That Much in 18 Years.

Thanks to some revisions by the IBGE (Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia and EstatÀ­stica – ...