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October 22, 2018, Monday | Reuters
Mills in Brazil have sharply turned to ethanol production to take advantage of better financial returns than those seen in sugar sales
December 07, 2015, Monday | Current Affairs
The BBC investigation alleges that sports marketing company ISL paid a total of $100 million to officials
September 26, 2010, Sunday | Economy & Policy
Drought in Brazil, the world’s biggest producer of coffee, sugar and oranges, is harming crops and drying the Amazon River to its lowest in 47 years.
April 28, 2010, Wednesday | Economy & Policy
With a higher debt burden and a slower 10-year growth rate than Greece, Western Europe’s poorest country is being punished by investors as the sovereign debt crisis spreads. The risk premium on Portuguese bonds rose to more than double the ...