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As the dust settles on Dilma Rousseff’s victory, Liquid Investments have released their Brazil ‘Victory Spells Opportunity’ White Paper that examines prospects for this top six global economy
By Sands, Joseph C Jr ABSTRACT The administration of President Fernando Henrique Cardoso enacted measures to constrain subnational politicians in a newly democratized and highly decentralized federal system.
BRASILIA, Brazil (Reuters) - Brazil's opposition candidates stepped up attacks on Thursday against President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva over corruption in an effort to trim the former union leader's solid lead in the presidential election race.
By Ricardo Amaral SAO PAULO, Brazil (Reuters) - President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva promised more government spending and social programs to help poor Brazilians on Tuesday as the latest polls showed him coasting to re-election.
By Thomas Grove ANTALYA, Turkey (Reuters) - A shadowy Kurdish rebel group threatened on Tuesday to turn Turkey "into hell" after their two-day bombing spree killed three people and wounded dozens at popular tourist resorts.
By Thomas Grove ANTALYA, Turkey (Reuters) - A shadowy Kurdish rebel group has claimed responsibility for a bomb blast that killed three people and injured dozens in a Turkish tourist resort, a news agency said on Tuesday.
By Thomas Grove ANTALYA, Turkey (Reuters) - Turkish police have launched a hunt for two suspected bombers after a blast killed three people and wounded dozens in the coastal city Antalya, Milliyet newspaper reported on Tuesday.
By Thomas Grove ANTALYA, Turkey (Reuters) - A bomb blast killed three people and wounded dozens in the coastal city Antalya on Monday in a second day of attacks on Turkish resorts apparently designed to scare off tourists and hit the economy.