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Special reports

11/10/2012 at 13:00h

Prospecting gold

Not in the ground, but in the market. Forgotten for 20 years, gold gained strength in the last decade and remains appreciated. Many bet that, despite oscillations, the value should remain high.

11/10/2012 at 13:00h

In Brazil, production at an impasse

20/09/2012 at 12:22h

Soy and maize fest

The high prices of the two crops have been resulting in greater revenues for producer regions and in higher sales of fertilizer, machinery and in trade in the interior of the state of São Paulo.

03/09/2012 at 18:17h

Muslim population grows 29% in Brazil

According to the IBGE Census, the total number of people following Islam rose from 27,239 in 2000 to 35,167 in 2010. São Paulo holds the greatest number, followed by Paraná and Rio Grande do Sul.

14/08/2012 at 12:46h

Freight cost is controversial

14/08/2012 at 12:30h

The train that doesn’t progress

The volume of cargo transported on railways in Brazil has risen, but the railway grid has not presented significant growth and the sector cannot expand its share in the country’s cargo transport.

30/07/2012 at 17:14h

Tunisian museum doubles in size

The Bardo National Museum underwent a three-year long refurbishment. The institution is known for housing one of the most important Roman mosaic collections in the world.

26/06/2012 at 11:42h

Industry grows in the trade balance

Brazilian exports of manufactured goods grew above those of other groups of products from January to May, but it is still early to say whether this is a sign of recovery.

21/06/2012 at 12:28h

Emirates seeks revenues with renewable energy

A panel promoted by the Arab country and Norway at the Rio+20 shows what two of the world’s main producers of oil are doing to obtain energy from clean sources.

12/06/2012 at 13:00h

A chance to change the economy

Specialists say that the Rio+20 is an opportunity to discuss the development of the green economy and social inclusion, but that it may end up with no results, as that requires significant changes.

24/05/2012 at 16:21h

Younes’ dream

At 52 years of age, oncologist Riad Younes is working on the project of his dreams: by offering training to physicians in Arab countries, he is helping to improve healthcare services in the region.

17/05/2012 at 15:11h

To producers, a caress from the dollar

Commodity prices have dropped and the European crisis may increase the process. Brazilian producers, however, should suffer little, due to the appreciated dollar, says former Agriculture minister.