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Lachlan Williams

Lachlan Williams is an Australian journalist with an economic and political background. He lives and travels extensively in the Brazilian Northeast, a region of the country traditionally neglected by the media.

Ecuador Refuses to Send Russian Weapons to U.S.

Ecuador's Gabriela Sommerfeld announced on February 19th that the country will not send Russian military equipment to the U.S. This was affirmed during a...

Record Breakers: Brazil’s Farming Exports Soar Beyond Expectations

In February, Brazil's exports of coffee, sugar, and cotton have already surpassed the totals of February 2023, showcasing a remarkable start to the year. Cotton...

Brazil Faces Unprecedented Rural Population Decline

In the past two decades, Brazil's rural areas have seen a decline in population at almost twice the rate of the global average. The World...

Spain’s Furor Sets Sail for Gulf of Guinea Mission

Spain recently dispatched the naval vessel Furor from Cartagena Arsenal, heading for the Gulf of Guinea with a 74-member crew. In the next four months,...

São Paulo’s Farming Sees Surplus Leap in January

According to the State's Agriculture Secretariat, São Paulo's agribusiness trade surplus soared to $1.73 billion in January, a 20.1% jump from the previous year. This...

Brazil to Launch Historic Train Link Between São Paulo and Campinas

Brazil has initiated a bidding process to construct a railway that will link the major cities of São Paulo and Campinas. They plan to start...

Milei Foresees Argentine Economic Uplift After April

President Javier Milei anticipates Argentina's economic rebound after the anticipated downturn in March and April. Speaking to Radio Rivadavia, he outlined a recovery path, likening...

Mexico’s Military Modernizes Fleet

Mexico's Army is seeking a significant investment to modernize its fleet. They've requested about $655 million to update vehicles that have been in service...

Germany Leads in Brazilian Coffee Imports, Surpassing the US

Germany has now become the top buyer of Brazilian coffee, outpacing the United States. This change reflects a dynamic shift in the coffee trade, according...

Brazil’s 2024 Farming Shift: From Corn to Diverse Crops

In 2024, Brazil's farmers are pivoting from corn to a variety of crops for the second planting season. The National Supply Company (Conab) forecasts a...

Strengthened Security Pact Between Nicaragua and Mexico

The Nicaraguan Army and Mexico's National Defense and Navy Departments have solidified their partnership. This is through a Memorandum of Understanding for sharing experiences, training,...

Bell and DARPA Propel Air Mobility into the Future

Bell Textron Inc. recently completed high-speed vertical takeoff and landing (HSVTOL) technology tests at Holloman Air Force Base, showcasing its groundbreaking capabilities. Tests showed foldable...

Replenishing Oil Reserves to Propel Global Demand

A concerted effort to refill oil reserves, particularly in China, the US, and Europe, may elevate demand and prices soon, amid Middle East conflicts...

U.S. Army Shifts Focus From FARA to Unmanned Technologies

In 2019, the US Army embarked on the Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft (FARA) program, aiming to modernize aerial reconnaissance. However, they have now halted FARA...

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