With Biden’s Inauguration, Brazil Will Face Joint U.S.-European Pressure on Amazon

Diplomats consider that the new White House will be engaged in linking environmental to commercial policy. Ambassadors in Brasília say that in order not to lose funds, the Planalto will need to adjust its speech.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Diplomats consider that the new White House will be engaged in linking environmental to commercial policy. Ambassadors in Brasília say that in order not to lose funds, the Planalto will need to adjust its rhetoric.

For the next two years, Brazil's successful relationship with the United States will hinge much more on the Bolsonaro government than on Joe Biden, sworn in on Wednesday, January 20th.

The assessment was made by four European and Asian ambassadors working in Brasília who wished to remain anonymous. They all agreed that an indication that Brazilian politics would . . .

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