Tag Archives: Brazil

Brazilian wineries look more to China

Built by Italian immigrants in the 20th century, Bento Goncalves has long been known as the hometown of Brazilian wine. The town situated in the southern part of the country, 100 kilometers from Porto Alegre, capital city of State Rio Grande do Sul, has many wineries.

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Open economies role seen for BRICS

BRICS countries should make joint efforts to maintain the openness of global economies and oppose trade protectionism amid worldwide economic sluggishness

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IMF revises up its projection of China’s growth

The International Monetary Fund revised upward its forecast for China’s economic growth on expectations of continued policy support, according to the latest IMF World Economic Outlook report released on Monday.

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Xi’s call for hard work strikes a chord

Netizens have responded enthusiastically to President Xi Jinping’s New Year’s address, equally impressed by the content and inspirational phrasing of the speech, during which he said that “only hard work will make dreams come true”.

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Firm to buy Brazil power generation facilities

The builder and operator of the world’s largest dam, China Three Gorges Corporation, has agreed to acquire Duke Energy’s 2,090-megawatt business in Brazil for $1.2 billion.

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Guests put thumbs to work spreading Summit news

Pictures of handshakes with President Xi Jinping and group photos were featured in the online postings of leaders attending the 11th G20 Leaders Summit on Sunday and Monday.

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