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  • Brazil's Socialists to decide on Silva candidacy next week

    BRASILIA (Reuters) - The party of the presidential candidate killed in a plane crash will meet on Wednesday to choose a replacement to run in the Oct. 5 election, most likely his running mate, Marina Silva, the leader of a party backing the ticket said on...
  • GM says to invest $2.8 billion in Brazil over five years

    BRASILIA (Reuters) - General Motors Co will invest 6.5 billion reais ($2.8 billion) in Brazil over the next five years, Chief Executive Officer Mary Barra said on Thursday, reaffirming the automaker's long-term plans despite a sharp downturn in the...
  • Volatile Silva could upend Brazil's presidential race

    SAO PAULO (Reuters) - The late entry of environmentalist Marina Silva into Brazil's presidential race following the death of her running mate could rally young voters and those upset over a sluggish economy and corruption, but introduce new uncertainty...
  • Ventas minoristas de Brasil caen en junio, Mundial contribuye a desaceleración

    SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Las ventas minoristas en Brasil bajaron inesperadamente durante junio, en su mayor declive en dos años, ante la reducción del comercio durante el Mundial de fútbol organizado por el país, lo que agrava una desaceleración económica...
  • Brazil presidential candidate dies in plane crash

    Eduardo Campos, a candidate for president in Brazil's October elections, died Wednesday when a Cessna jet carrying him and his closest aides crashed in Santos, a port city in Sao Paulo state. He was 49. Campos' wife, his five children and his vice...
  • Brazil presidential candidate killed in plane crash

    Brazil presidential candidate killed in plane crash
    Brazilian presidential candidate Eduardo Campos died Wednesday in an airplane crash in the southeastern city of Santos. He was 49. Campos died after a nine-seater Cessna 560XL crashed at about 10 a.m. following an aborted landing because of bad weather,...
  • Candidato presidencial brasileño Campos muere en accidente aéreo

    SAO PAULO (Reuters) - El candidato presidencial brasileño Eduardo Campos murió el miércoles al estrellarse el avión en el que viajaba en la ciudad de Santos, estremeciendo la carrera por los comicios de octubre. El jet ejecutivo Cessna 560XL en el que...
  • Candidato presidencial brasileño Campos muere en accidente aéreo

    Candidato presidencial brasileño Campos muere en accidente aéreo
    El candidato presidencial brasileño Eduardo Campos murió el miércoles al estrellarse el avión en el que viajaba en la ciudad de Santos, estremeciendo la carrera por los comicios de octubre. El jet ejecutivo Cessna 560XL en el que iba Campos, de 49 años,...
  • Brasil lamenta muerte del candidato socialista Eduardo Campos

    Brasil lamenta muerte del candidato socialista Eduardo Campos
    BRASILIA - La presidenta brasileña, Dilma Rousseff, que aspira a ser reelegida en los comicios del 5 de octubre, dijo hoy que la muerte del candidato socialista Eduardo Campos, fallecido en un accidente de aviación, enluta a todo Brasil. Rousseff...
  • As money leaves Russian stocks, China, other BRICS benefit

    LONDON (Reuters) - With the threat of further Western economic sanctions hanging over Russia, foreign investors are deserting Moscow's equity markets and funneling cash into other BRICS states, with China a standout beneficiary. Russia has performed...
  • Exclusive: Brazil may raise fuel prices by up to 6 percent - source

    BRASILIA (Reuters) - The Brazilian government could increase domestic fuel prices at refineries by up to 6 percent after the October presidential election, a senior government source told Reuters on Monday. The official, who asked not to be named...