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  • Formal employment has decrease in the loss of jobs trajectory

    Formal employment in August showed a decline in the trajectory of loss of jobs. In the month, the reduction in the generation of jobs was 0.09% compared to July, with a negative balance of 33,953 jobs. The loss, however, was significantly lower than that recorded in August 2015, when there was the closure of 86,543 formal jobs.

  • Pension benefits deposited September from Monday (26)

    According payment schedule, September sheet will be paid until October 7, informs the National Institute of Social Security

    The benefits for the September leaf begin to be deposited from next Monday (26) by the National Institute of Social Security (INSS). Payment begins with policyholders who receive up to one minimum wage and have card with final 1, disregarding the digit.

  • World Rivers Day is celebrated on Sunday (25)

    National Department of Transport Infrastructure announces investments in projects to improve waterways structure on the Rio São Francisco and Rio Madeira

  • Rio 2016 sets new standard for the Olympic sports and Paralympic

    Tourists from around the world were in Rio de Janeiro and highlighted the hospitality of the Brazilian

  • Ceará win programs for industry expansion

    Initiatives intended to expand the goods receipt of the region in international trade

    The industry of Ceará became part, on Friday (23), the National Plan of Export Culture (PNCE) and Brazil More Productive program, the  Ministry of Industry, Trade and Services (MDIC).

  • Confidence Rebound Is Crucial For The Economy, Says President Of BC

    Ilan Goldfajn said that it is essential to persevere in adjustments and reform of the Brazilian economy to reduce uncertainty

    The renewed confidence is crucial to the recovery of the economy, said the president of the Central Bank, Ilan Goldfajn, during an event in São Paulo, on Thursday (22).

  • Food prices fall and ease inflation, says FGV

    Index had the impact, mainly dairy products, which were on average 1.86% cheaper; survey was conducted in seven capital

    The Weekly Consumer Price Index (IPC-S) changed by 0.18% in the third previous September, variation that is 0.09 percentage points lower than the last calculation (0.27%).

  • Number of returned checks is the lowest in 12 months

    The checks returned for lack of funds in August reached 2.18% of total emissions. This percentage is the lowest since September last year, according to a survey of Serasa Experian Indicator No Cheques Funds.In the previous month, in July, the rate had been 2.26% and 2.11% in the same period last year.

  • Government receives support plan for the automotive sector

    Representatives of the Business Coalition, formed by 19 entities of the automotive industry, delivered on Wednesday (21) the proposed Vehicular Sustainability Program to the Minister of Industry, Trade and Services, Marcos Pereira.

    The project includes the renovation of the fleet and encouraging the auto parts recycling chain.

  • Government ensures quality of Brazilian products in Asia

    Brazilian delegation of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (MAPA) emphasizes health security of Brazil visits to Asia

    On a visit to Asia, the Brazilian delegation of the  Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (MAPA) released the countries visited the high quality of Brazilian products. The visit aims to prove that the health security of Brazil is one of the world's best.

  • Brazil signs deal to export products to India

    Brazil should start exporting apples, eggs and day-old chicks to India. The agreement was reached after negotiations between the Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply, Maggi, and its equivalent in the Indian ministry, Radha Mohan Singh.

    With this agreement, Brazil makes room for the release of Brazilian exports of pork, which now depends only on final adjustments.

  • Trade confidence grows 14.8% compared to September 2015

    Given the improved expectations and economic conditions, the confidence of traders took a strong recovery trend.Comparing September and the same month last year, an increase of 14.8%.

    The data are from the National Trade Confederation of Goods, Services and Tourism (CNC) and were released on Wednesday (21). The survey also shows that between August and September the increase was 1.5%.

  • PIS-PASEP already registered more than one million withdrawals

    Withdrawals were made between November 2015 and August this year; São Paulo, Minas Gerais and Rio were the states with the largest number of withdrawals

    More than one million beneficiaries of the PIS-PASEP withdrew the benefit between November 2015 and August this year, during which the National Treasury Secretariat (STN) held advertising campaign.

  • States should also make adjustments, defends Meirelles

    Against the current backdrop of economic recovery, the finance minister, Henrique Meirelles, said, on Monday (19), that state governments also need to make adjustments to public spending and not expect help from the Union.

  • Consumer Intention Has Highest Monthly Increase Since 2010

    The household consumption intention registered the highest since 2010, an increase of 4.1% compared to August.According to the National Confederation of Trade in Goods, Services and Tourism (CNC), the seven components research showed high in the month.

  • Market improves forecasts for GDP and inflation

    The projections for inflation and the gross domestic product (GDP) remain in improvement trend. Last week, according to the Focus Bulletin, a weekly publication that brings together the estimates of 100 analysts, growth was recorded for both 2016 and for 2017.

    The survey, which is conducted by the Central Bank, brings a more favorable scenario for this year. For inflation, the expected improved from 7.36% to 7.34%.

  • Government strengthens control mechanisms of the art market

    Goal is to prevent trade in art and antiques is used for money laundering and terrorist financing

    The Brazilian system of prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing bill, now with another important ally. The Heritage Institute for National Artistic (Iphan) issued, on Friday (16/9), ordinance that regulates the procedures to be followed by individuals or companies who sell these goods in the country. 

  • PEC spending helps society to think fiscal adjustment, said Zeina Latif

    The chief economist at XP Investimentos, Zeina Latif, assessed that the proposal establishing a limit to the expansion of public spending will lead society to a debate on priorities in the budget. From this measure, the implementation of expenditure must become more efficient.

  • SEAE discloses Promotion Primer for Competition

    Competition policy aims to encourage and protect competition in markets where it can be threatened. Thus, pursuant to art. 19 of Law No. 12.529 / 2011, is among the tasks of the Secretariat for Economic Monitoring (SEAE) advocacy of competition, which is to clarify and instill in economic agents (among which are public and private actors) allocative gains and productive than the introduction and maintenance of competition produce.

  • MDIC creates Administrative Simplification Working Group

    Goal is to implement de-bureaucratisation of shares in a short time and unlock the Brazilian productive sector

    The Ministry of Industry, Trade and Services established the Administrative Simplification Working Group (GTSA), which aims to propose normative and procedural changes to improve and simplify standards, actions and internal folder processes and its related entities and supervised.

  • BB launches tool to help account holders save

    The Bank of Brazil offers, from this week, a differential in savings, called Dream Savings. A playful and intuitive way, the new functionality allows the construction of link between resources and life goals of savers, encouraging the habit of saving and planning the finances.

    With the tool, you can separate the amounts invested in savings in "virtual piggy banks", and choose a goal to save money, with the name of each target goal.

  • Housing Works Had R $ 81 Billion In Investments Between 2015 And 2016

    Between January 2015 and June 2016, the Service Time Guarantee Fund (FGTS) has invested R $ 81 billion in housing construction in the country. This year alone, US $ 26.7 billion in funds were invested in this segment, benefiting 1.9 million people and generating nearly 1.5 million jobs. The FGTS turned 50 this September.

  • Corn auction conducted by Conab raises R $ 15.7 million

    The National Supply Company (Conab) sold, on Thursday (15), 79% of 50 000 tonnes of the product offered in twocorn auction sale operations . They sold 39,600 tons and revenue was R $ 15.7 million. The corn is stored in Mato Grosso and belongs to government public stocks.

  • Revenue releases payment of the fourth batch of refund

    The IRS releases, on Thursday (15), bank credit for the fourth batch of refund of income tax Individual 2016 (PIT). They are also being released refunds that were in the fine mesh of 2008 to 2015.