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  • Government of SP holds public hearing in Mirante do Paranapanema

    The event will address proposals for amending the law that regulates the use of land resources in the State

    The State Government, through the Secretariat of Justice and Citizenship and the Foundation Institute of Lands of the State of São Paulo (Itesp), held this Friday (17), in Mirante do Paranapanema, the municipality that has the most settlements in São Paulo , plus a public hearing to discuss the proposal to amend Law 4,957 / 1985.

  • Campaign to combat hypertension will occur at the Santo Amaro station

    Action will be held this Friday (17); initiative seeks to alert Metro passengers about health care

    To celebrate the World Day to Fight Hypertension, celebrated next Friday (17), ViaMobilidade, responsible for the operation and maintenance of Line 5-Lilac Metro, carries out an awareness raising action on the disease, in partnership with the Instituto do Coração and the Brazilian Society of Hypertension.

  • CPS and Volkswagen partner for new P-Tech class

    Etec students from São Caetano do Sul will work within the multinational and will have priority for hiring in the internship program

    The Center Paula Souza (CPS) and Volkswagen announced on Tuesday (14) a partnership for the implementation of another group of the Higher Technical Education and Higher Education (AMS) course at the State Technical School (Etec) Jorge Street, located in São Caetano do Sul.

  • São Paulo to vaccinate more than 5 million people by the end of May

    Campaign against influenza has already reached more than 6 million citizens, but health posts will still receive the general public by the 31st

  • President arrives in Dallas, United States

    Brazilian delegation to meet American businessmen at lunch in which Bolsonaro will be honored

    The president of the Republic, Jair Bolsonaro, arrived in the morning of Wednesday (15) in Dallas, the capital of Texas, in the United States.  "The purpose of the trip will be achieved, to deepen the bonds of friendship and commercial cooperation," the president told reporters awaiting his arrival at the hotel. 

  • CPS and Volkswagen partner for new P-Tech class

    Etec students from São Caetano do Sul will work within the multinational and will have priority for hiring in the internship program

    The Center Paula Souza (CPS) and Volkswagen announced on Tuesday (14) a partnership for the implementation of another group of the Higher Technical Education and Higher Education (AMS) course at the State Technical School (Etec) Jorge Street, located in São Caetano do Sul.

  • President to pay homage on second official visit to the United States

    During the trip, Jair Bolsonaro also meets former President George W. Bush

     

    The President of the Republic, Jair Bolsonaro, is leaving on Tuesday (14) to Dallas, Texas, in the United States, where he will receive the Personality of the Year Award from the Brazilian and United States Chamber of Commerce.

  • Change in law ensures agility in releasing measures to protect women

    President Jair Bolsonaro says the objective is to give immediate support to the woman

    The President of the Republic, Jair Bolsonaro, enacted Law 13,827, which allows the delegate or police to issue urgent protective measures to threatened women with life or physical integrity, in the absence of a judge on duty and / or unavailability of a police station. municipality.

  • President highlights drop in number of homicides

    In its social networks, Bolsonaro commented research that points reduction of 24% in the first quarter

     

  • President highlights drop in number of homicides

    In its social networks, Bolsonaro commented research that points reduction of 24% in the first quarter

     

  • Operation Olhos de Lince refuses 2,560 pumps in the first four months

    Ipem-SP technicians inspected 2.5 thousand posts throughout the state; disapproval reaches 7.26% of the total

  • Reference hospital in cancer treatment launches campaign for donations

    With one minute of duration, coordinated piece by the Department of Communication shows structure of the Cancer Institute of the State of São Paulo

    The São Paulo State Government's Communication Office released a video on Monday (13) that heads the campaign to collect donations to the Cancer Institute of the State of São Paulo.

  • Internationally recognized, Sala São Paulo completes 20 years

    Concert house is internationally recognized thanks to acoustic quality and architectural beauty

    The São Paulo Room completes two decades of existence this year. A must for music lovers, the show house, located in the heart of the capital of São Paulo, is internationally recognized.

  • Boituva: the adventure tourism hub

    Parachuting and ballooning attract travelers from all over the country to adventure-filled walks and beautiful landscapes

    Located 120 km from the city of São Paulo, Boituva became a reference to the more adventurous tourists. In addition to the famous parachute jumps, visitors can still check out the incredible experience of the balloon rides promoted in the city 30 years ago.

  • Expresso Leste-Mogi celebrates 1 month of operation on Thursday (8)

    After 19 years making transfer between trains in Guaianases, residents of Alto Tietê celebrate direct trips of Students to Light

    The operation of the Espresso Leste-Mogi (Luz-Estudantes) during business hours completes a month of operation on Thursday (8).

  • Brazil donates anti-rabies vaccines to Haiti

    Seven thousand doses of the vaccine were available

    Brazil has donated 7,000 doses of human anti-rabies vaccine provided by the Ministry of Health, in response to a request from the Haitian government, to Haiti in a humanitarian cooperation program coordinated by the Brazilian Cooperation Agency (ABC). Transportation to Port-au-Prince was funded by the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO).

  • National Consumer Secretariat promotes on-line campaign for renegotiation of debts

    Action takes place during the 6th Financial Education Week between May 13 and 31

  • Published list of products with bonuses in May for Price Guarantee for Family Agriculture

    Eleven products were priced below market and will have discounts on the amortization or liquidation of Pronaf

  • INSS technicians clarify doubts at CPTM Brás Station

    Action to talk about services and social security benefits will occur between the next Wednesday (8) and Friday (10), from 9am to 3pm

    With the focus on the worker's month, passengers using the Brás Station, which services the 10-Turquoise, 11-Coral and 12-Sapphira lines, can receive guidance on social security. The action takes place from Wednesday (8) to Friday (10), from 9am to 3pm.

  • Pirituba and Piqueri stations have vaccination against yellow fever

    Action on Wednesday (8) requires presentation of identification document and, if any, updated immunization record

    On Wednesday (8), passengers using Line 7-Rubi will have the opportunity to vaccinate for free against yellow fever. The action takes place in the Pirituba stations, from 9am to 4pm, and Piqueri, from 10am to 3:30 p.m.

  • Partnership between Unesp and college in Botucatu promotes teaching of genetics

    Universidade Estadual Paulista has an agreement with the objective of producing creative methods to support the learning of young people

  • A Single Economist Sees Brazil Cutting Rates This Week

    Go inside the global economy with Stephanie Flanders in her new podcast, Stephanomics. Subscribe via Pocket Cast or iTunes.

    Only one of the 28 economists surveyed by Bloomberg expects Brazil’s central bank to cut its benchmark interest rate on Wednesday. Yet his call sounds more like wishful thinking.

  • Brazil lawmakers revisit pension bill as economic outlook dims

    Brazil’s pension overhaul proposal returns to the congressional spotlight this week, with a committee of lower house lawmakers opening its analysis of the government’s bill just as the outlook for the economy is deteriorating rapidly.

    The special committee convenes after weeks of political delay and a sprinkling of public holidays. From an economic and market perspective, the timing could not be more critical.

  • Brazil PMIs show economy got off to very sluggish start in Q2

    Brazil’s economy got off to an extremely slow start in the second quarter, figures released on Monday showed, with activity in the all-important services sector contracting in April for the first time since September last year.

    Combined with last week’s snapshot of the manufacturing sector, the IHS Markit purchasing managers index data showed overall economic activity in Brazil almost ground to a standstill in April.