“Bilateral trade grew in 2020, despite the pandemic, to a record volume of $102.5 billion, with a surplus balance of $33 billion for Brazil. We want a bigger and more diversified economic and commercial relationship with China. Our exports, still concentrated on a few primary products, could expand in amount and variety,” the chancellor declared.
In a statement, the Central Bank declared it should elevate the Selic rate by 0.75 percentage points at the next Copom meeting, on June 15 and 16.
The ranking of states with the highest number of deaths from COVID-19 is headed by São Paulo (98,710), followed by Rio de Janeiro (45,581) and Minas Gerais (34,837).
The text could be a tool to ensure that Article 5 of the country’s constitution to be respected by states and municipalities, guaranteeing people’s right to come and go, work and conduct economic activities in the context of the pandemic, the president declared.
Brazil has 13,442,96 people who recovered from COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic. This represents 90.5 percent of the total of people infected with the virus.
Brazil has 13,336,476 people who have recovered from COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic. This accounts for 90.2 percent of the total of people who have been infected with the virus