The International Monetary Fund acknowledges that local authorities have succeeded in preventing a high budget deficit, but claims the conflict with Israel and slumping donations hamper development.
Cane milling up in BrazilIn the Brazilian Mid-South, the industry crushed 599.87 million tons of sugarcane by February 1st, up 5.22% according to industry association Unica.
TurismoBrazil on the student travel circuit
Portuguese learning, volunteering, high school studies and even internship programs have been attracting students from several countries to many Brazilian cities. Specialized agencies help foreigners with their choices.
Câmara Arabe TVProgramme 132
Watch in this episode: Historian Arlene Clemesha, professor at the University of São Paulo (USP), says the world cannot be neatly divided into opposing regions and that Islam is rooted in freethinking.
Economic climate indicator improvedThe index from think tank Fundação Getulio Vargas climbed from 44 to 47 points between October 2015 and January 2016. The increase was driven by future expectations.