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Brazilian Energy Sector Plans

Brazilian Energy Sector Plans

Enormous Investments eyesonbrasil Amsterdam, 22 april 2024–Petrobras, Brazil’s state-controlled oil company, has unveiled plans for investments exceeding US$70 billion in exploration and production activities. Not too long ago, Petrobras already invested and focused heavily in pumping up oil, as well as take-overs in order to grow more.  These investments aim to not only bolster the country’s…
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Colombia’s Aspiration for BRICS Membership:

A Transformative Journey eyesonsuriname 1. The BRICS Connection: A Strategic Shift Colombia’s pursuit of BRICS membership marks a significant strategic shift in its foreign policy. Traditionally aligned with Western powers, Colombia’s overtures toward the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) signal a desire for diversification and a departure from historical dependencies. Brazil’s support…
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A study by PWC

Probably needs homework again. Or Magnifying glasses eyesonbrasil Amsterdam, 15 april 2024– Only Brazil and Mexico would survive as world economic powers in Latin America by 2030, according to a study by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and Standard Chartered released last week. The two countries are expected to experience significant economic growth within the next six years. The…
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Brazil follows Suriname & Guyana

Petrobras Jubilant finding more oil eyesonbrasil Amsterdam, 9 april 2024– Brazilian oil giant Petrobras has struck oil in a well located in Brazil’s Potiguar Basin, during a campaign it embarked on in earnest to repeat exploration successes  off the coasts of Guyana and Suriname.  Announcing the find in an April 9 release, Petrobras said its…
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Brazil – France 1.000.000.000.000 Investments 

Bio-economy First eyesonsuriname Amsterdam, 28 march 2024 — Presidents Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva and Emmanuel Macron launched Tuesday in Belém a € 1 billion investment bioeconomy program for the Brazilian Legal Amazon as well as for the part of the Amazon within French Guiana to raise funds through public and private investments over the next…
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President Irfaan Ali and the Trilateral Agreement

Trilateral Agreement Bolsters Suriname’s Position in the Oil & Gas Arena

eyesonsuriname Suriname, nestled on the northeastern coast of South America, recently found itself in the spotlight after signing a trilateral agreement with neighboring Guyana and regional giant Brazil. This pact focuses on cooperation in the oil and gas sector, aiming to unlock mutual benefits for all parties involved. But for Suriname, this agreement holds particular…
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Suriname Swings into Action: The G20 Summit and a Brighter Economic Future

Suriname Swings into Action: The G20 Summit and a Brighter Economic Future

The vibrant samba rhythms of Rio de Janeiro are about to welcome the G20 Summit in November 2024, and Suriname stands poised to waltz onto the world stage. This prestigious event holds immense possibilities for the nation, particularly with its burgeoning oil and gas industry and its desire to diversify trade relations. Let’s explore what…
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VLT Carioca

From Rio to Paramaribo

A VLT Inspiration for Revitalizing the Heart of Suriname Suriname’s capital, Paramaribo, is a vibrant city steeped in history and cultural charm. Yet, like many urban centers, it faces challenges in revitalizing its downtown and port areas. Could Rio de Janeiro’s VLT Carioca, a light rail system credited with breathing new life into its historic…
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Brazil is finally assuming the presidency of the G20

Brazil is finally assuming the presidency of the G20

eyesonbrasil After a long period of waiting and hoping, Brazil is finally assuming the presidency of the G20. This historic milestone reflects the country’s growing role on the global stage and the opportunity to lead crucial discussions on economics, politics, and sustainable development. Understand how Brazil is positioning itself as a global leader. At www.eyesonbrasil.com we are…
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Brazil: Drought parches the Amazon

Brazil: Drought parches the Amazon

The Amazon rainforest is reeling from severe drought and the rivers are running dry. Drinking water is in increasingly short supply and transport is disrupted.