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Dakar, the fashionable African capital

Dakar, the capital of Senegal, is internationally renowned for having hosted, up to 2008, the most important rally in the world. However, for the...

New markets for Tunas

More than 85 countries harvest tuna in commercial quantities, with annual exports accounting for about 8% of all seafood traded internationally. The tuna supply chain...

Oil, Brazil’s new strategy for Africa

  Petrobras recently announced that it will sell the Pasadena Refinery in the United States and its stake in Petrobras Oil & Gas B.V., which...

AIR Center: The international effort to research the Atlantic Ocean

This initiative is led by the government of Portugal and it is partnered by over a dozen countries to transform the Atlantic Ocean into...

Emicida and the musical connection between Brazil and Africa

In 2015, the rapper Emicida launched a project that would be a landmark in his career of a decade Sobre Crianças, Quadris, Pesadelos e Lições...

Commodities: What Can Africa Learn from Brazil?

  The economies of Brazil and Africa are similar in many respects including being largely commodity dependent especially during the 2nd half of the 18th...

Coexisting with drought

Despite the regime of sparse rains and relatively high temperatures, the Brazilian semi-arid is far from being considered a sterile area. During the 1980s, Brazilian...

ABC: Brazil in the midst of cooperation

  Brazil, Portugal, and Mozambique signed an agreement to enable a project for sustainable coffee growing in “Parque Nacional da Gorongosa” (Gorongosa National Park) in...

EDUCATION: Integration being threatened

Brazil decided to invest in trans-national universities for establishing greater integration in Latin American and African countries so that it could become more inserted...