Local commentators give a half-measure a damp welcome.
Iron ore, forestry and açaí berries are among the region’s growth products. Part of our state-by-state private equity series.
A successful palm business in Amapá lacks access to capital
New arrivals to Amapá aim to bring hundreds of thousands of hectares into production.
A regulatory change could open up a new source of financing for Brazil’s oil industry, says Giovani Loss at law firm Mattos Filho
A proposal to loosen restrictions on foreign purchases faces opposition from within the PT
The government now plans to loosen restrictions on mining in indigenous reserves, with gold, copper, niobium and rare earths among the prospects.
The heated debate over an environmental amnesty for farmers shows no sign of abating.
Acre’s incentives for sustainable businesses are boosting timber and fish-farming companies. Part of our state-by-state series.
Despite the Forest Code furore, farmers are part of Brazil's path to sustainable development, argues Kátia Abreu.