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China’s Long March through the Global South

Asiatimes 21 Jul 2024
Asia Times Deputy Editor David P ... The “Long March” analogy isn’t my idea ... But China is doing it ... BYD is building EV plants in Mexico, Brazil, Thailand, Turkey and Hungary ... He’s also right to invite Chinese auto companies to build plants in the US ... OR ... ....
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SHB Đà Nẵng builds strong football brand

Vietnam News 20 Jul 2024
SHB Đà Nẵng has been seeking co-operations with football academies from Spain, Portugal and Brazil in building an international level SHB Đà Nẵng academy – which could provide full knowledge ...
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Florida Polytechnic University in Lakeland adds Brazil to list of Fulbright partnerships

News Chief 19 Jul 2024
“This partnership with Fulbright Brazil not only attracts intellectual capital for applied research and innovation, but also solidifies our commitment to building prestigious international ...
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Meta puts a halt to training its generative AI tools in Brazil

Crunch 18 Jul 2024
The move puts a dent in Facebook’s attempt to build out its AI products in Brazil, a market ...
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Green ammonia terminal to be developed in Pecém

SAFETY4SEA 18 Jul 2024
Stolthaven Terminals, in co-operation with Global Energy Storage (GES), has been selected as the only ‘potential operator’ to plan, design, build and operate a green ammonia terminal in Pecém, in the State of Ceará, Brazil.
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How recent assassination attempts in other countries shaped political debates

RTE 16 Jul 2024
In January 2023, one week after the inauguration of current leftist president, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, thousands of Bolsonaro supporters stormed Brazil's Congress building in the capital, Brasilia.
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Nephew of Alcatraz escapee sheds light on whether uncle landed in North Dakota

The Jamestown Sun 13 Jul 2024
... riveted the nation for over 60 years — whether John and Clarence Anglin and Frank Morris achieved the impossible? Not just escaping from the inescapable, but surviving to build new lives in Brazil?.
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GLOBALink | Eyes on Hainan: Brazilian couple boosts Sino-Brazilian exchanges through jiu-jitsu

Xinhua 12 Jul 2024
With the development of Hainan Free Trade Port, they see an opportunity to grow alongside the island province and build a cultural bridge between Brazil and China.
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‘A live issue’: Hew Locke’s new work referencing slavery displayed in London

AOL 11 Jul 2024
... in Scotland but grew up in the Caribbean), as well as to the rubber barons of Manaus in Brazil, the slave trade that powered their wealth, and images of the now crumbling colonial buildings in Guyana.
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What is a 'multipolar' world? Experts aren't so sure

The Manila Times 11 Jul 2024
"Many of the Brics (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) and SCO countries say they wish to build a multipolar world and are taking significant actions to that end," Stephen Wertheim from ...
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Look: Drones made of wood plant millions of mangrove seeds in Abu Dhabi

Khaleejtimes 11 Jul 2024
“We design and build our drones ... Photo. Ashwani Kumar ... Distant Imagery is empowering communities in Tonga, Madagascar and Brazil by teaching them how to build drones. “We’re training them how to physically build it, fly it, and become self-sufficient ... .
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Brazil needs a new approach to measure climate migration

Phys Dot Org 10 Jul 2024
And to build local resilience, Brazil ... Like major cities from China and Indonesia to the US and Europe that are being overwhelmed by rising sea levels, Brazil may have to build entirely new cities.
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Chinese auto exports surge, partly offsetting a sales slump at home

Naharnet 10 Jul 2024
Other sizeable markets include Brazil and Mexico in Latin America, ... BYD, the country's largest EV maker, opened a plant in Thailand last week and plans to build factories in Brazil, Hungary and Turkey.
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Brazil at rock bottom: how the Seleção lost their way

Yahoo Daily News 09 Jul 2024
Another Brazil team making unwanted history. Their defeat to Uruguay on penalties in the quarter-finals of Copa América marks the eighth time they’ve been dumped from a tournament held outside Brazil before the semi-finals since 2000.
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Soft drink giant agrees to £3.3bn takeover deal

The Business Desk 08 Jul 2024
The Danish brewer is offering 1,290 pence per share for Britvic, with a dividend that gives shareholders 1,315 pence per share, as it looks to build on Britvic’s presence in Great Britain, Western Europe and Brazil.
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