By Nestor Bailly, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Early last week it was released that in March, U.S. President Barack Obama will visit Brazil on his first trip to South America. The announcement comes shortly after U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s attendance at Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff’s inauguration, and the trip is widely viewed as a rejuvenation for U.S.-Brazilian relations.

Specifically mentioned in the U.S. Presidential State of the Union address last . . .

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