BRASILIA U.S. President Donald Trump and his top diplomat said on Thursday they supported Brazil's taking steps toward joining the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), although it is first backing accession by Argentina.
BRASILIA, Oct 7 Brazil's central bank on Monday
sent a bill to Congress which aims to modernize, simplify and
increase the flexibility of the country's foreign exchange
market, and by extension make it easier and more attractive to
do business in Brazil.
BRASILIA, Oct 3 Brazil has privatized or sold
state assets worth $23.5 billion in the first nine months of the
year, already surpassing its full-year target of $20 billion,
the country's economy ministry said on Thursday.
BRASILIA, Oct 1 Brazilian President Jair
Bolsonaro on Tuesday signed a decree with a variety of measures
to expand financing for farmers.
BRASILIA, Sept 27 Brazil's public finances
improved in August, Treasury figures on Friday showed, with the
government aggressively cutting back on spending to compensate
for declining revenues and put it on track to beat its fiscal
targets for the year.
BRASILIA, Sept 20 Brazil's government will free
up 12.5 billion reais ($3 billion) for discretionary spending,
the Economy Ministry said in its latest bi-monthly spending and
revenue report on Friday, as it seeks to ease the pressure on
departmental budgets following deep spending freezes this year.
SAO PAULO/BRASILIA, Sept 19 Brazilian lender
Banco Pan SA priced its preferred shares at 8.25
reais ($1.98) in a follow-on share offering on Thursday, three
sources with knowledge of the matter said.
BRASILIA Brazil's government will free up 12.5 billion reais ($3 billion) for discretionary spending in its latest bi-monthly spending and revenue report, an Economy Ministry source told Reuters on Thursday.
BRASILIA A key figure in Brazil's plans to reform the country's complex tax system was fired on Wednesday, government sources told Reuters, reflecting disagreements in cabinet about the form legislation should take.
BRASILIA, Sept 10 Brazil's government on Tuesday
slightly raised its 2019 economic growth forecast and said the
worst for the economy is probably behind it, but showed no sign
it is willing to ease up on its commitment to austerity and
strict fiscal discipline.