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Brazil government sees $157b deficit this year as emergency transfers are extended
Brazil’s government is on course to post a primary budget deficit of 861 billion reais ($157 billion) this year, the Economy Ministry said in its bimonthly revenue and expenditure report, factoring in extended emergency transfers to the poor through the end of December.
Iran ready for extraterritorial cultivation in Brazil: Envoy
The ambassador of Iran to Brasilia said that Iranian companies are ready to do extraterritorial cultivation in Mato Grosso Province, western Brazil.
Brazil wetland fires threaten jaguar reserve
Fires raging in the Pantanal, the biggest tropical wetlands on Earth, are threatening a nature reserve known as the home to the world's largest jaguar population, Brazilian authorities said.
Iran-Brazil parliamentary friendship group resumes work after two years
Iran’s ambassador to Brazil has said the South American country’s parliament has started activities of a friendship group with Iran after a two-year hiatus.
Brazil makes grim milestone of 100,000 deaths from COVID-19
Brazil surpassed a grim milestone of 100,000 deaths from COVID-19 on Saturday night, and five months after the first reported case the country has not shown signs of crushing the disease.
Brazil can’t grow enough soybeans to satisfy Chinese demand
Demand for Brazilian soybeans is so strong that the world’s biggest producer is on track to import a record amount of the oilseed.
Iran, Brazil discuss diversification of economic relations
Iran and Brazil discussed promotion and diversification of economic relations between the two countries.
Iran, Brazil hold talks on expansion of economic ties
Iran and Brazil explored ways to expand economic ties, particularly, in agricultural, petrochemical and technological fields.
Brazil COVID crisis big, complicated as country itself
Brazil is being battered by the coronavirus crisis, but the damage is uneven across the sprawling South American country, where experts say chaotic policy-making has only made a complicated situation worse.
Global coronavirus deaths surpass 600,000 with US, Brazil, UK at top
The novel coronavirus has killed at least 610,604 people since the outbreak emerged in China last December, according to a tally from official sources compiled by AFP at 1100 GMT on Tuesday.
Brazil boosts oil exports to Asia as global rivals make record cuts
Brazil increased crude exports to Asia in the first half of the year, stealing a slice of a coveted developing market from global rivals who made record cuts to shipments to match the unprecedented fall in demand caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Iran's short film ‘Cradle of Silence’ to vie in Brazil
Iran’s short film, ‘Cradle of Silence,’ is slated to compete at the 2020 FestCine Itaúna international film festival in Brazil which will be held online from August 17 to 22.
Brazil suspends WhatsApp digital payments
The Central Bank of Brazil said it had ordered Visa and Mastercard to suspend a joint project with WhatsApp to roll out digital payments within the popular messaging service, over fears it would be anti-competitive.
Parts of Beijing locked down due to fresh virus cluster
Brazil virus death toll now world's second-highest
Graves dug on Rio beach to symbolize Brazil's coronavirus dead
Volunteers dug 100 graves on Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro on Thursday as a symbolic reminder of the thousands of Brazilians who have died from COVID-19, and also to denounce what they called the "incompetence" of public authorities handling the pandemic.

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