Getulio Dornelles Vargas

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Brazilian statesman who ruled Brazil as a virtual dictator (1883-1954)


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for Brazil, together with Fundacao Getulio Vargas (TCB/FGV Brazil CEI), which measures current economic activity, increased 0.
O primeiro politico brasileiro a utilizar o cinema como propaganda persuasiva, de forma mais consistente, foi Getulio Vargas com os Cinejornais periodicos que exibia nas salas por todo o pais.
With the advent of authoritarian regimes (such as the Nazi regime in Germany and Fascism in Italy), Vargas' regime was also hardened politically, and the period of the New State was born (MatiasPereira, 2008; Selcher, 1990), in which political tendencies such as "clientelist and populist that were traces of the ideology of an authoritarian Getulio Vargas government" were intensified (MatiasPereira, 2008 p.
A recent survey commissioned by the Brazilian construction materials association Abramat, and executed by think tank Fundacao Getulio Vargas, in Rio de Janeiro, indicates that construction materials in Brazil should, in general, experience a 15 percent increase in sales this year.
Weisz holds a degree in Business Administration from Getulio Vargas Foundation in San Paulo, Brazil.
Government and Brazil's Getulio Vargas Foundation signed an agreement backing education, scientific, and environmental studies, reports DR1 Daily News (May 18, 2009).
The participants of the new index's portfolio were selected among 60 companies that answered a questionnaire developed by the Sustainability Center from Fundacao Getulio Vargas (FGV).
Fonseca's narrative juxtaposes the activities of fictional homicide detective Alberto Mattos with those of a central figure of twentieth century Brazilian history, President Getulio Vargas (1882-1954).
McCann covers the music scene of Rio de Janeiro during the reign of Getulio Vargas, from the 1920s to the 1950s, and looks at the ways in which different musical styles, such as samba and choro, were attempts at defining a national culture.
The source of this information was cited as the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV), the organization that conducted the ICC survey and published the results (on April 26, 2006).
With the palace unguarded, President Getulio Vargas had no choice but to try and repel the attackers himself.
da Fundacao Getulio Vargas, Sao Paulo, Brazil, and completed postgraduate
The CLT was instituted in 1943 by then-President Getulio Vargas and, notwithstanding the deep transformation of Brazil since that time, its major features have remain untouched.
The Communists proved better able to maintain their organizations during the long years of fascist-inspired rule by Getulio Vargas from 1930 to 1945.
One of its first actions was to create the movement "e-Brazil: Information Technology for Development", to formulate a national e-policy, in partnership with the Getulio Vargas Foundation.