BRASILIA (Reuters) – Brazil plans to hire 6,000 Cuban doctors to serve in remote parts of the country where medical services are deficient or nonexistent, despite controversy over the quality of their training.
(Reuters) – Avon Products Inc posted higher earnings on cost cuts and increased sales in Brazil and Russia, appearing to make progress in the turnaround plan its chief executive put in place last…
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RECIFE, Brazil, Feb 18 (Reuters) – Cuba’s best-know dissident, blogger Yoani Sanchez, was greeted on Monday by a small group of protesters calling her a CIA agent upon arriving in Brazil, the first stop on a whirlwind tour that will … Continue reading
At least 232 people die in a fire that swept through a night club in southern Brazil, police say, after a musician reportedly let off fireworks on stage.
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SAO PAULO — When the Brazilian economy began to stall last year, officials in Latin America’s largest country started pulling pages from the playbook of another major developing nation: China. They hiked tariffs on dozens of industrial products, limited imports … Continue reading