Colombia’s tax reform saga: a cautionary tale for Brazil?
Brazilian investors seem confident that the Jair Bolsonaro administration will be able to pull off a successful reform of (...) READ MORE
How important are state-owned companies to Brazilian cultural investments?
Besides being a symbol of national enterprise, state-owned oil giant Petrobras is also seen as an important cultural patron (...) READ MORE
Brazilians want Vale to pay for Brumadinho dam collapse
Little more than three years separate Brazil’s two worst environmental disasters. In 2015, a dam collapse in Mariana killed (...) READ MORE
What Brazilian authorities are doing to mitigate the Brumadinho disaster
On November 5, 2015, an iron ore tailings dam collapsed in the municipality of Mariana, Minas Gerais, spilling the (...) READ MORE
Looking for funds, São Paulo struggles to find a good model to manage its assets
São Paulo turns 465 years old today. In Brazil’s largest city, everything is big, including its leisure options. Municipal (...) READ MORE
Brazil may be in the spotlight if Venezuela moves to new regime
Brazil followed the international trend on Wednesday and recognized Mr. Juan Guaidó as the interim president of Venezuela, replacing (...) READ MORE
Brazil is creating jobs, but industry still lagging
In a sign of economic recovery, Brazil rounded off 2018 with a positive balance of 529,500 new formal jobs, (...) READ MORE