21 Nov 2013
Part of the new fertile frontier, the state has attracted forestry, fertiliser and biodiesel investors.
A round-up of recent mergers and acquisitions.
The ambitious infrastructure company forecasts that poorly connected Viracopos will one day have more passengers than Heathrow does now.
Last year’s tax hike has curbed Asian car imports, but the government is struggling to look beyond quick fixes.
For the first time, Brazil’s top-rated forecasters are suggesting that interest rates will be under 10% at the end of 2013.
Upcoming events and economic data.
Airport privatisation is the government's "greatest achievement" to date, argues one observer.
Brazil's politics is undergoing change that will redraw Dilma Rousseff's path to re-election, says Aline Machado in Brasília.
Pragmatism has marked Murilo Ferreira's first months in charge. Now a struggle looms over the draft mining code.