Brazil’s Minister of Agriculture, Livestock, and Supply Tereza Cristina presented in Washington on Monday (Nov. 18) her ministry’s strategic agenda for the coming years, based on three challenges: funding governance, technological innovation, and quality sanitation.
The World Bank is taking part in an initiative to support the Brazilian government in the execution of the first Yearly Plan of Purchases of Brazil.
A recently approved $250 million loan from Washington-based World Bank will aim to promote fiscal and environmental sustainability in the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso.
The World Bank halved its prediction for the growth of the Brazilian economy this year. In its semiannual, regional report entitled On Uncertainties and Black Swans: How to Manage Risks in Latin America and the Caribbean, released Friday (Oct.