Brazil’s “Lost Decade” Needs New Economic Drivers Such as Global Value Chains

The Brazil economy doesn’t have the raw force to drive it forward. The Federative Republic GDP per capita is today back where it was in 2010; this means the people of Brazil have lost the entire last decade.  Worse yet, during the 80’s they had another “lost decade.” The current lost decade is the second time this has happened in the last 40 years. Over the last forty years, Brazil had over 20 years of zero GDP growth per capita.

Agri-food Sector – Three European Champions in the Spotlight

The European agricultural world is in crisis, but not all players have been equally affected by events. Certain industry champions are standing up, ensuring the continent’s agricultural resilience and contributing to its present and future food security.

Although consumers might not realise it, the European agriculture sector has faced a torrent of strife and regrettable circumstances in the years since the 2008 recession. Following the sting on exports of Russia’s 2014 agricultural import ban, 2015 saw the dairy industry further thrown into disarray by deregulation, with long-standing quotas and minimum pricing being jettisoned by the European Commission in favour of liberalisation of the market.

Chassidic Rabbi in Israel Will Pray for Jair Bolsanaro and Brazil

Rabbi David Wexelman well known author of books on esoteric Judaism, writer of articles for Communal News on the internet and founder of the internet site www.worldunitypeace.org will make special prayers for Jair Bolsonaro who recently tested positive for Corona. Rabbi Wexelman knows that he is not the only one who admires the Brazilian leader and his courage that are praying for him but the prayers that are made in the land of Israel have special strength.

Brazilian and Portuguese Language Now Have Non-COVID Worldwide Career Opportunities with Open Freelance Gigs

Brazil is seeing a skyrocketing of COVID-19 cases that will surely make the traditional type of business more challenging.  Brazil has had over 50,000 people die from COVID 19, and now has the second highest worldwide death toll. On Sunday, the Brazilian health ministry said an additional 641 people had died and 17,000 new infections have been added in just the last 24 hours.

Coronavirus — Brazil Overtakes Italy, Hospitals Near Collapse

Brazil has overtaken Italy in terms of coronavirus cases, becoming the fourth-worst affected country in the world. The country has recorded 245,595 confirmed cases so far, with 16,370 deaths. This is the world’s sixth-highest figure. Health experts warn that the numbers of those infected with the virus could be higher, since the country only tests patients who turn up in hospitals.