British journalists, Doug Gray and Luke Norman, created Rio Companion app, a travel guide that curates the best of the city.
This year’s survey shows Google ranking top, followed by YouTube, Facebook and Microsoft.
President Dilma Rousseff appeared in Congress for the start of the legislative year, defending new tax legislation with part of Congressional representatives defending the President and another part rejecting her
Brazil’s new president, Michel Temer, faces a difficult balancing act in his first speech before the General Assembly, after a bruising impeachment battle that ousted his rival, Dilma Rousseff.
A judge on Brazil’s Supreme Court authorized new corruption investigations this week involving dozens of the country’s most powerful politicians
Foreign investors in Latin America are warming to Brazil as a promising turnaround bet while souring on Mexico and its landmark energy reform that has yet to deliver.
Mexican politicians are saber rattling against the US agriculture sector, and it looks like Argentina is ready to fill the gap.
Brazil and Argentina would be the most affected countries if the treaty were to fall appart
The mayor of Rio de Janeiro threatens one of the most important festivals
Brazil’s environmental regulator rules the dam’s backers had failed to supply information to show its social and environmental impact
Lula is convinced that the proposal for a referendum on new presidential elections, advocated by some senators allied with Rousseff, is not enough to reverse the impeachment.
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva said on Tuesday that he is “prepared” and “ready” to run for re-election in the 2018 election
Will the Brazilian ex-president go to prison and lose his right to run for office in the future?
The Brazilian was chosen as the “King of America”, over the Peruvian Paolo Guerrero and the Brazilian Arthur
Visiting one of the wealthiest cities of Brazil doesn't mean you have to spend all of your savings trying to have a good time
Congress passes bill with changes that would help shield lawmakers from prosecution, angering investigators, as nation grapples with deadly plane crash
It is one of the most dangerous regions for these activists
Over the past several years, both Brazil and Guatemala have been rocked by revelations of widespread corruption at the highest levels of government.
A juzgar por lo que me dijo el nuevo ministro de Relaciones Exteriores de Brasil, José Serra, el país más grande de América Latina hará un cambio importante en su política exterior, y podría dejar de ser un aliado ideológico casi incondicional de Cuba, Venezuela y otros regímenes autoritarios.
Citibank sells off its retail operations in the country to focus on corporate and investment banking.
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