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Is Neymar Black? Brazil and the Painful Relativity of Race

EVER SINCE HIS ‘IT’S NOT LIKE I’M BLACK, YOU KNOW?’ COMMENT, NEYMAR HAS SERVED AS A FOCAL POINT IN BRAZIL’S CULTURAL RECKONING WITH RACISM, WHITENING, IDENTITY AND PUBLIC POLICY.

Brazil Gets Its First Win, a Triumph of Grit More Than Style

ST. PETERSBURG, Russia — For so much of Friday afternoon, there was a battle going on in Russia between Brazil and Argentina, but it was nothing like the usual fight for supremacy these two imperious soccer nations usually wage.

Populist autocrats are rising around the world. Will Brazil be next?

THE sweeping victory of far-right former army captain Jair Bolsonaro in last Sunday’s first-round elections in Brazil could veer Latin America’s political map sharply to the right and be part of a growing worldwide trend of populist authoritarian leaders.

Legendary Carlos picks Brazil to lift the World Cup

KUALA LUMPUR: Brazil football legend Roberto Carlos has tipped his country to end a 16-year World Cup title drought in Russia this year.

Volkswagen taps Brazil growth with new model to challenge Fiat, GM

BERLIN: Volkswagen launched its new Virtus model on Thursday to tap Brazil's highest-volume segment as part of a recovery plan that analysts said will help it regain ground on rivals General Motors and Fiat in South America's largest car market.

Brazil welcomes the world to the Rio Olympics

RIO DE JANEIRO: With just a month to go to the Olympic Games, Michel Temer, Brazil’s interim president, invites the world to experience the beauty of Rio de Janeiro. The following is his welcome message to the world’s athletes, officials and fans:

BlackRock chief Landers bullish on Brazil

NEW YORK: Acting President Michel Temer is sparking a “major change in economic direction” in Brazil, says BlackRock Inc’s Will Landers.

A slice of Brazil in west Ireland

Keeping the samba drum beating in Ireland’s ‘little Brazil’

GM warns workers in Brazil on tough turnaround plan

SAO PAULO: General Motors Co has warned employees in Brazil that new investments there depend on a painful plan to return to profit in the country, according to a memo seen by Reuters.

Goldman tips Brazil for World Cup after 1 million simulations

So much for the unpredictable nature of the beautiful game. Goldman Sachs Group Inc reckons Brazil will win its sixth World Cup, basing its forecast on data mining, machine learning and econometrics.