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US Diplomat From Rio in Haiti

By Mira Olson, Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO— Matthew Garrett, a Junior Consular Officer at the US Consulate in Rio, recently returned to Brazil after...

ExxonMobil, Empowering Women in Rio

By Bruno De Nicola, Senior Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO - Rio de Janeiro, was the stage for the 49th edition of the Global Women in...

Brazil’s Tough World Cup Start

By Jayme Monsanto, Senior Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO - Earlier this month Brazil was placed in one of the toughest groups of the 2010 World...

Brazil’s Copenhagen COP15 Proposal

By Carlos Graffigna, Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO - As the starting date for the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen (COP15) drew closer,...

World Cup Draw Tough for Brazil

By Jayme Monsanto, Senior Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO - The Group Draw for World Cup 2010 took place last Friday, December 4, at Cape Town,...

Giuliani Tapped to Clean Up Rio

By Harold Emert, Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO - In an attempt to clean up its image in time to host the World Cup of...

Petrobras Takes $10B From Chinese

By Jaylan Boyle, Senior Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO - An agreement has been signed between Brazilian state-owned petroleum giant Petrobras and the Chinese Development Bank,...

Gringo, What’s in a Word?

By Juliana Tafur, Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO - “A-tok-a” is the term used to refer to foreigner in Taiwanese. Curiously, the word’s approximate translation...

Brazil: Second Best for Jobs

By Bruno De Nicola, Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO - Brazil's economy seems to be back on track, according to the latest report from the...

The NBA Takes on Brazil

By Sarah Coursey, Editor RIO DE JANEIRO - Yet another American-born sport to conquer fans in Brazil, basketball is making headway thanks to none other...

IBP Launches Pre-Salt Info Site

By Bruno De Nicola, Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO - The IBP (Brazilian Institute of Petroleum, Gas and Biofuel) has recently launched an info-site that...

Chicken Buses and Saints

By Aaron Smith, Contributing Reporter USA - The expression, “The journey is more important than the destination”, rang true for us as we exited Latin...

Cuba Caught in a Time Warp

By Aaron Smith, Contributing Reporter CUBA - “My mojito in La Bodeguita, my daiquiri in El Floridita,” was Hemingway’s famous quote about his two favorite...

Petrobras Opens Cuban Office

By Bruno De Nicola, Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO - Brazil's state-owned oil company Petrobras has announced the opening of its first Cuban office, in...

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