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WhyBrasil…

February 13, 2009 in Notice

WhyBrasil is a community… where bloggers in Brazil can congregate, share, connect and invest.

This space is dedicated to Brasil (or, “Brazil”).   Please only join and blog in this space if you are interested in talking about Brazil – culture, language, travel, business, etc… all aspects of Brazilian culture, life, business, finance are welcome.  Notice (6/23/09): while we welcome new members, we have noticed many off-topic blogs being created in this space.  We ask that you please stay on-topic (BRAZIL). If you wish to create a blog on WhyBrasil, please contact the admin with your request.  Thank you for your interest in “WhyBrasil” :-)
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"Constitutional turf war — part 2: "Such to and fro between the Supreme Court and Congress is…"

June 27, 2013 in news review

Constitutional turf war — part 2:

“Such to and fro between the Supreme Court and Congress is part of any democracy. But the sinister aspect of this amendment is the suspicion that Congress is trying to punish the court somehow for daring to act against politicians.”

Brazil Congress seeks to thwart Supreme Court power | beyondbrics

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"A constitutional challenge (turf war) in Brazil: "justice commission in Congress has proposed a…"

June 27, 2013 in news review

A constitutional challenge (turf war) in Brazil:

“justice commission in Congress has proposed a constitutional amendment by which certain rulings from the Supreme Court would have to meet with the approval of the house – a direct attack on the principle of the separation of powers on which rests the Brazilian democratic state.”

Brazil Congress seeks to thwart Supreme Court power | beyondbrics

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"COSTS in Brazil — "No matter how many times they are told, foreigners are shocked to find…"

June 27, 2013 in news review

COSTS in Brazil —

“No matter how many times they are told, foreigners are shocked to find Rio and São Paulo are more expensive than London. Of course, this is what has been happening recently in the Brazilian economy more generally. More and more, with the exception of commodities, Brazilian industries are finding that their exports are suffering because of the real’s appreciation and are turning to the domestic consumer to pick up the slack.”

Brazil tourism: forget the gringos | beyondbrics

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"TREND – Rise of the middle class in Brazil — and the effect on tourism: "Despite the…"

June 27, 2013 in news review

TREND – Rise of the middle class in Brazil — and the effect on tourism:

“Despite the prospects of the World Cup in 2014 and the Olympic Games in 2016, it’s the rise of the Brazilian middle class that is keeping things going for now. On the beaches of Rio or the bars and restaurants of São Paulo, it’s not uncommon to meet someone from Pernambuco, Maranhão, or Minas Gerais who has saved up to see their own country’s famous sights for the first time.

Brazil tourism: forget the gringos | beyondbrics

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"Constitutional turf war — part 2: “Such to and fro between the Supreme Court and…"

April 30, 2013 in news review

Constitutional turf war — part 2:

“Such to and fro between the Supreme Court and Congress is part of any democracy. But the sinister aspect of this amendment is the suspicion that Congress is trying to punish the court somehow for daring to act against politicians.”

Brazil Congress seeks to thwart Supreme Court power | beyondbrics

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"Constitutional turf war — part 2: “Such to and fro between the Supreme Court and…"

April 30, 2013 in news review

Constitutional turf war — part 2:

“Such to and fro between the Supreme Court and Congress is part of any democracy. But the sinister aspect of this amendment is the suspicion that Congress is trying to punish the court somehow for daring to act against politicians.”

Brazil Congress seeks to thwart Supreme Court power | beyondbrics

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"A constitutional challenge (turf war) in Brazil: “justice commission in Congress has…"

April 30, 2013 in news review

A constitutional challenge (turf war) in Brazil:

“justice commission in Congress has proposed a constitutional amendment by which certain rulings from the Supreme Court would have to meet with the approval of the house – a direct attack on the principle of the separation of powers on which rests the Brazilian democratic state.”

Brazil Congress seeks to thwart Supreme Court power | beyondbrics

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"A constitutional challenge (turf war) in Brazil: “justice commission in Congress has…"

April 30, 2013 in news review

A constitutional challenge (turf war) in Brazil:

“justice commission in Congress has proposed a constitutional amendment by which certain rulings from the Supreme Court would have to meet with the approval of the house – a direct attack on the principle of the separation of powers on which rests the Brazilian democratic state.”

Brazil Congress seeks to thwart Supreme Court power | beyondbrics

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"COSTS in Brazil — “No matter how many times they are told, foreigners are shocked to…"

April 30, 2013 in news review

COSTS in Brazil —

“No matter how many times they are told, foreigners are shocked to find Rio and São Paulo are more expensive than London. Of course, this is what has been happening recently in the Brazilian economy more generally. More and more, with the exception of commodities, Brazilian industries are finding that their exports are suffering because of the real’s appreciation and are turning to the domestic consumer to pick up the slack.”

Brazil tourism: forget the gringos | beyondbrics

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"COSTS in Brazil — “No matter how many times they are told, foreigners are shocked to…"

April 30, 2013 in news review

COSTS in Brazil —

“No matter how many times they are told, foreigners are shocked to find Rio and São Paulo are more expensive than London. Of course, this is what has been happening recently in the Brazilian economy more generally. More and more, with the exception of commodities, Brazilian industries are finding that their exports are suffering because of the real’s appreciation and are turning to the domestic consumer to pick up the slack.”

Brazil tourism: forget the gringos | beyondbrics