Schlagzeilen der internationalen Ausgabe des VALOR ECONÔMICO vom 2.1.2017

AGRIBUSINESSInvestments and innovation heating up in the farm sector

ECONOMY

Brazilian exports regain ground against Chinese competition

COMMENTARY
Angela BittencourtReforms, the springboard for 2018, are advancing
Economic scenario benefits from better-controlled inflation, but reforms may still prove insufficient to keep Michel Temer in power until 2018
MARKETSInvestors struggle to be heard in Novo Mercado reform

ECONOMYBrazil aging at record pace

BUSINESSOil sector, manufacturing at odds over local content rules

ECONOMYBrazilian inventors wait up to a decade for patents

BUSINESSCanceled auction is setback for alternative energy industry

BRIEFS
The 5,568 Brazilian mayors sworn in on Sunday made clear in inauguration speeches that they are taking over as crisis managers. Few promised investments and some announced austerity measures, like the dismissal of 2,800 workers in Belo Horizonte by Alexandre Kalin (Humanist Party of Solidary, PHS). The new Mayor of Rio de Janeiro, Marcelo Crivella (Brazilian Republican Party, PRB), even signed 78 decrees cutting expenditures on Sunday and stated: “Spending is forbidden.” João Doria (Brazilian Social Democracy Party, PSDB), the mayor of São Paulo, made a more political speech that could signal his support for the presidential bid of Governor Geraldo Alckmin, although he ruled out seeking re-election or any other public office in 2020. In a symbolic gesture, the mayor and his entire cabinet will put on street-cleaner uniforms on Monday morning to “clean up” the city.
EUROLATINA INTERNATIONAL LTDA.
Ihr Geschäftspartner in und für Lateinamerika