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EIA: 2020 US fuel ethanol exports fell for second consecutive year

Hydrocarbon Engineering 14 May 2021
US exports of fuel ethanol to Brazil declined in 2020 mostly as a result of uncertainty related to Brazil’s tariff-free quota, Brazil's responses to COVID-19 that decreased fuel demand, and the depreciation of the Brazilian real against the US dollar.
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The man behind Brazil's search for miracle COVID-19 cures

Raw Story 14 May 2021
Bolsonaro - a vaccine skeptic and promoter of discredited treatments such as hydroxychloroquine - said this new drug, Proxalutamide, would "soon be available to all Brazil." ... Among other duties, the SCTIE decides which drugs - not including vaccines - Brazil's vast public health system purchases.
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Black Brazilians protest against racism and police violence

BBC News 14 May 2021
In São Paulo, messages read. "Black people want to live.". Black people are three times more likely to be killed by police in Brazil, experts say ... Brazil was the last country in the Americas to abolish slavery in 1888, when Isabel, Princess Imperial of Brazil, signed the law freeing slaves ... He committed genocide ... You may also want to watch. ... .
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The man behind Brazil’s search for miracle COVID-19 cures

Metro USA 14 May 2021
Bolsonaro – a vaccine skeptic and promoter of discredited treatments such as hydroxychloroquine – said this new drug, Proxalutamide, would “soon be available to all Brazil.” He invited a little-known Health Ministry official, Helio Angotti, to expand on its promise.
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Healthcare & PharmaceuticalsThe man behind Brazil's search for miracle COVID-19 cures

Reuters 14 May 2021
Bolsonaro - a vaccine skeptic and promoter of discredited treatments such as hydroxychloroquine - said this new drug, Proxalutamide, would "soon be available to all Brazil." He invited a little-known Health Ministry official, Helio Angotti, to expand on its promise.
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Mask mandates by nation: Most still await a breath of fresh air

Finger Lakes Times 14 May 2021
15 LARGEST ECONOMIES.. U.S. ... CHINA ... Masks are required outdoors where people congregate, but as long as social-distancing can be maintained people can go mask-free ... Compliance is high, and it’s rare to see someone walking around in Rome or Milan without a mask — though often it’s half pulled down to free up the nose if there’s no one around. BRAZIL ... .
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Suzano to Invest R$14.7 Billion in a New Pulp Plant in Mato Grosso do Sul

The Marshall News Messenger 13 May 2021
The project estimates industrial investments of R$14.7 billion, making it one of the largest private-sector investments currently under development in Brazil ... The unit should become Brazil’s first fossil-fuel free pulp and paper plant, representing a new milestone in ecoefficiency and effectively ... SOUTH AMERICA BRAZIL.
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