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  1. Africa in brief

    ... the World Trade Organization (WTO). The G21, which includes Brazil, China, India and South Africa, disagreed with the EU at a failed WTO ... days before that deadline, the EU attended a G21 meeting in Brazil to jointly declare that there is “general agreement that we need to ...

    amelia - 1 sep 2016

  2. Brazil repaying its 'debt' to Africa

    ... in early November. Just a year after his inauguration to Brazil's top office, the trip signalled the importance that Africa holds in Brazil's foreign policy under President da Silva.With a strong base of ...

    amelia - 1 sep 2016

  3. Africa Agenda

    ... >. 13-18 June 2004, São Paulo (Brazil) -- 11th UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD-XI). Tel ...

    amelia - 29 aoû 2016

  4. Africa Watch

    ... held in Mumbai, India, in January agreed to meet next in Brazil, but there is widespread expectation that the 2006 forum will be held in ... This was the first time that the gathering was held outside Brazil since its inception in the southern city of Porto Alegre, in 2001.This ...

    amelia - 29 aoû 2016

  5. Africa Watch

    ... held in Mumbai, India, in January agreed to meet next in Brazil, but there is widespread expectation that the 2006 forum will be held in ... This was the first time that the gathering was held outside Brazil since its inception in the southern city of Porto Alegre, in 2001.This ...

    amelia - 29 aoû 2016

  6. Moving therapy to frontline of AIDS war

    ... time of health care personnel, as already demonstrated in Brazil. That is likely to be the case in parts of Southern Africa as well. ...

    amelia - 29 aoû 2016

  7. Massive AIDS campaign gears up

    ... lives that are at stake." Dr. Teixeira, an architect of Brazil's model national treatment programme before joining WHO, argued that a ...

    amelia - 29 aoû 2016

  8. Africa after Brexit

    ... are the fastest-growing globally. With China, the US, Brazil, India and others strengthening their relations with Africa, the ...

    web.ar - 22 aoû 2016

  9. Innovative use of fertilizers revives hope for Africa’s Green Revolution

    ... this figure will represent a mere 2% of global consumption. Brazil, China, India, and the US drive global fertilizer consumption ...

    web.ar - 5 aoû 2016

  10. A megaproject rises in East Africa

    ... assurances from foreign private investors. However, Brazil, China, the European Union, India, Japan, Qatar and South Korea, though ...

    web.ar - 5 aoû 2016