Monday May 6
Brazil soy farmers, traders see smaller profits as prices drop
While Brazil is marketing its largest ever soybean crop, many producers and traders will register smaller-than-expected profits as logjams across the nation's roads, railways and ports triggered a sharp drop in local cash prices.
Brazilian stadiums to spur growth in high-speed Internet
Brasilia, May 3 : Brazil's communications minister said Thursday that the 12 stadiums to be used for the 2014 soccer World Cup will serve as springboards to greater high-speed Internet access nationwide.
Altered Amazon: Dramatic Changes Threaten Brazilian Tribes: Op-Ed
Richard Muller , a physicist at Berkeley and a founder of the Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature project, used to be a skeptic on climate change.
Southwest Farm Press
U.S. needs to be aggressive in matching Brazil's ag export surge
Brazil is committed to growth, and there is every reason to believe it will move aggressively to address the logistical issues that hinder exports - an example the United States, with its own infrastructure deficits, might well take to heart.
Brazil has export infrastructure problems
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