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Western sanctions are 'weaponizing' world economy, China's Xi Jinping says ahead of BRICS summit

Henry Herald 23 Jun 2022
Xi, who spoke at a business forum ahead of the virtual summit Thursday with leaders from the BRICS economic bloc of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, portrayed the world as being at a critical juncture as it struggled to recover from the pandemic amid what he termed new "security challenges.".
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Western sanctions are 'weaponizing' world economy, China's Xi Jinping tells BRICS summit

Henry Herald 23 Jun 2022
Xi, who spoke at a business forum ahead of the virtual summit Thursday with leaders from the BRICS economic bloc of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, portrayed the world as being at a critical juncture as it struggled to recover from the pandemic amid what he termed new "security challenges.".
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Renewing our commitment to Brazil

Google Blog 14 Jun 2022
Here’s how that will unfold in Brazil.. Reinforcing Brazil as an innovation hub ... Since 2017, we’ve invested over 1.6 billion reais to strengthen our technical infrastructure in Brazil, including our subsea cables and cloud region in São Paulo ... This is especially important for job seekers, as Brazil currently has 11.9 million unemployed people.
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The January 6 hearing and the value of spectacle

Columbia Journalism Review 10 Jun 2022
Politico’s DC playbook said it was “reliably informed that George booked the appearances as ‘counterprogramming’ to Kellyanne’s event,” with Cafe Milano owning “two large TV screens that are usually tuned to cable news.” ... Dom Phillips, a British journalist based in Brazil, and ...
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Our commitment to Latin America’s digital future

Google Blog 09 Jun 2022
Curie landed in Valparaíso, Chile in 2019 and was the first subsea cable to connect to Chile in 19 years ... The Firmina subsea cable, named after Brazilian abolitionist Maria Firmina dos Reis, will be the world's largest subsea cable, capable of operating from a single power source at one end of the cable if needed.
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Amir Sends Condolences To Brazilian President

MENA FN 30 May 2022
(MENAFN - The Peninsula) QNA Doha - The Amir HH Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani sent Monday a cable of condolences to President of the Federative Republic of Brazil–HE Jair Bolsonaro on the ... .
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Brazil: Rio’s Sugarloaf will have a 755-meter zip line

The Rio Times 27 May 2022
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - If the Parque Bondinho P�o de A��car ...
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Fibre claims more than three-fifths of global total fixed broadband subscribers

Computer Weekly 20 May 2022
Superfast and ultrafast cable broadband connections followed, with an 18% share. China added nine million, Brazil 1.6 million and France just over a million FTTH/B broadband subscriptions ... In terms of technologies, both cable and copper-based broadband connections lost market shares to fibre.
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Flexential partners with Angola Cables to strengthen connectivity in African markets

Algeria Times 11 May 2022
Subsea cables are the key to international connectivity. The previous Google Cable only linked São Paulo, Brazil to Boca Raton, however recent upgrades made to the MONET Cable and Flexential's partnership with Angola will extend this subsea cable access to an additional point of access in the U.S ... Ângelo Gama, CEO, Angola Cables.
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Flexential® Announces Partnership with Angola Cables to Strengthen Connectivity to African Markets

Longview News-Journal 10 May 2022
The previous Google Cable only linked São Paulo, Brazil to Boca Raton, however recent upgrades made to the MONET Cable and Flexential's partnership with Angola will extend this subsea cable access to an additional point of access in the U.S ... Angola Cables also operates two data ...
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Day One in Norway: Yes, That’s Salt Fish!

Jamaica Observer 28 Apr 2022
All aboard! Heading to Fjellstua Café atop Mount Storsteinen via cable car are (from left) Norwegian Seafood Council Director of Brazil and the Caribbean Øystein Valanes, Jamaican Executive Culinary Artist Oji Jaja, and Dominican Republic chef Enmanuel Santos.
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Opinion: Rising tide of offshore wind could lift all boats

The Virginian-Pilot 21 Apr 2022
Diane Leopold is executive vice president and chief operating officer for Dominion Energy. (HANDOUT) ... The Hampton Roads region faces a double challenge ... Undersea fiber-optic cables now connect Virginia Beach with Brazil, Puerto Rico and Spain ... Google’s new cable between Virginia Beach and France is reportedly even faster ... offshore wind ... .
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Sterlite Power picks up majority stake in MTCIL

Financial Express 18 Apr 2022
Sterlite Power, a private sector transmission infrastructure developer and solutions provider, has a portfolio of 28 projects covering around 13,950 circuit kms of transmission lines across India and Brazil ... power conductors, extra high voltage cables and optical ground wires.
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People: BHP; Ride Shotgun; Ellis Patents; and more

The Business Desk 11 Apr 2022
Cable cleat manufacturer, Ellis Patents, has promoted Kelly Brown to the role of sales director ... Over the last 12-months, and despite the ongoing pressures of Covid-19, the company has secured a series of major new orders; including projects in Brazil, Norway, Uruguay and Lancashire.
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It’s always carnival in Brazil

The Times/The Sunday Times 02 Apr 2022
Not that we’d planned it, since we’d chosen Brazil at a week’s notice because my husband longed to swim in a warm sea and, more than a holiday, I needed an antidote ... First, Brazil is only three hours behind the UK, meaning long-haul excitement with minimal jet lag ... Back in Rio we marked our final day in Brazil by taking the cable car up Sugarloaf.

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