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The Brazilian Senate has approved an Open Skies agreement with the United States, creating a new legal framework for air services between the countries. The agreement, originally signed in 2011, will allow airlines from each country to increase services but stops short of a full cabotage deal, with US ...

On 22nd February, the signing of the letter of intent to close the TCP transaction was held in the Federal Senate of Brazil. Dr. Bai Jingtao, Managing Director of CMPort, signed the LOI on behalf of CMPort. Both sides agreed to try their best to close the transaction on 23rd February. This significant moment ...
A TSA signed between the U.S. and Brazil in 2000 was not ratified in the communist-controlled Brazilian Senate, due to concerns of national sovereignty. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross told CNBC on Thursday the future of commercial space projects depends on colonizing the moon, as the current ...
Brazil's Senate approved an unpopular overhaul of the country's labor laws Tuesday night, providing political support to President Michel Temer as he fights a damaging corruption accusation. Opposition senators had tried to block the vote with a sit-in at the Senate president's rostrum, but the session ...
Brazilian politicians from the Senate Constitution and Justice Committee rejected on Wednesday a bill that would have legalized the provision of a number of gambling services within the country's borders. Introduced in 2014, PL 186/2014 allowed for the regulation of Brazil's gambling market. The bill ...
LATAM Airlines announced (07-Mar-2018) the Brazilian Senate approved the Brazil-US open skies agreement. Brazil's President Michel Temer must sign the approval to bring it into effect. The agreement took seven years to be approved in the Brazilian Congress. [more - original PR - Portuguese] ...
Brazil's Senate has approved an Open Skies agreement between the country and the US, intending to create a partnership between American Airlines Group and LATAM Airlines Group. Following a number of official steps, the agreement will become a law and is set to allow an unlimited number of flights ...


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